Sacramento—The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce has joined Small Business Majority’s strategic partnership program—a network of more than 150 business organizations across the country working together to educate small business owners about national and state-level legislation and how it impacts their business.
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce members gain access to critical business information and resources, with opportunities to advocate for small business in Washington, D.C.
Los miembros de las Cámaras de Comercio Hispanas de California van a obtiener acceso a información y recursos críticos, con oportunidades para abogar por las pequeñas empresas en Washington, D.C.
Sacramento: La Cámara de Comercio Hispana de California se unió al Programa de Asociación Estratégica de Small Business Majority, una red de más de 150 organizaciones de todo el país que trabajan juntas para educar a los dueños de pequeñas empresas sobre legislación nacional y estatal y cómo afecta sus negocios.
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the U.S. Senate’s passage of a tax reform bill will not help most small businesses
It’s incredibly disappointing that the U.S. Senate today passed hastily drafted legislation that blows a $1.5 trillion hole in the deficit while doing almost nothing to help small businesses.
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the U.S. House of Representatives’ vote in favor of a tax reform bill will not help most small businesses
We’re disappointed that the U.S. House of Representatives today voted to pass legislation that blows a $1.5 trillion hole in the deficit while leaving small businesses behind. If lawmakers are going to add such a hefty amount to the deficit anyway, they should at least use a substantial portion of that money to help the small firms that employ nearly half of all private-sector workers.
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the conference report on which the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives will vote overlooks the needs of small firms
The conference report released today on the final tax reform bill shows congressional negotiators somehow managed to make a bad proposal even worse by reducing the paltry benefits to Main Street small businesses even further.
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to end net neutrality will be bad for small firms
The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) vote today to end net neutrality is a blow to small businesses because the now-rescinded rules ensured a free and open internet and helped promote a level playing field for small firms.
Small business owners concerned with predatory lending; say the best way to protect small business borrowers is through more oversight of alternative lenders
Washington, DC—A scientific opinion poll released today found an overwhelming majority of small business owners feel there should be stronger regulations for online lending in order to protect small firms from financial products that could harm them.
WHAT: Small Business Majority, in partnership with The eFactory and MSU Small Business and Technology Development Center, will host a free resource fair in Springfield for anyone looking to grow or start a business. This come-and-go event will connect attendees with nonprofits, community development financial institutions (CDFIs), government agencies and other organizations focused on serving small businesses. Expo attendees will also be able to:
WHAT: Small Business Majority, in partnership with Accion in Chicago, will host a free seminar in Chicago on December 5 at 6:00pm CST for women small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. This event will include an interactive presentation and discussion with experts as well as local business owners. Additionally, Small Business Majority and Accion will introduce SimpleGrowth, a new, free lending tool that easily connects Chicago businesses to local financing.
With lawmakers finalizing their tax reform legislation, Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer as well as small business owners nationwide are available to discuss why the proposals now being considered will not help small businesses
“The respective tax bills passed by the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate do virtually nothing to assist America’s small businesses,” Arensmeyer said. “Both measures give the overwhelming majority of benefits to large corporations, hedge fund managers and wealthy lawyers, while exploding the deficit and doing nothing to close loopholes that only help the largest firms.