A coalition of taxpayer and business groups wants Congress to include protections for franchise businesses in the omnibus spending bill being negotiated in Congress.
Small-business confidence in the U.S. has skyrocketed this year due to the recently enacted tax reform law, according to a new survey.
Labor’s pension crisis forces a family-owned business to shut its doors after workers voted to withdraw from their union, according to a report.
A majority of small business owners, 63.8 percent, believe that President Trump’s policies have helped their business, according to a survey from the Job Creators Network.
Entrepreneurship is negatively impacted by higher corporate tax rates, according to a study from the Federal Reserve.
Business groups are voicing their support for the Department of Labor’s rule that aims to help Americans find coverage by expanding the use of Association Health Plans.
Forty-two percent of businesses surveyed said they expect the current employment market to trend up in 2018, according to a survey from Express Employment Professionals.
The United States’ corporate tax rate of 38.91 percent is the fourth highest in the world, according to a report from the Tax Foundation.
Large employers are projecting that health care costs for each worker they employ will rise to $14,156 next year, according to a survey from the National Business Group on Health.
Optimism for small-business owners about their business situation is at the highest level seen in a decade, according to a poll from Gallup.