Georgia, Small Business Association

Regulation

How Burdened are Georgia Small Businesses by Regulations?

Georgia ranks No. 5 in the nation in least burdensome regulatory environments for small business, according to a study.

Economy

How Georgia Manufacturers Are Faring

Georgia's manufacturing industry health is below average--and has been for the last six years, a new report shows.

Economy

Small Business Snubbed in First GOP Debate

Issues relating to small business were largely neglected in the first Republican presidential debate for 2016--and people notic...

Georgia Small Business News

  • How Burdened are Georgia Small Businesses by Regulations?Georgia ranks No. 5 in the nation in least burdensome regulatory environments for small business, according to a study.

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  • NFIB Georgia Member Profile: Jared Sawyer Jr. MinistriesThis NFIB Young Entrepreneur Winner started a business that offers leadership coaching, mentorship programs and more.

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  • Not Everything Peaches and Cream for Georgia Small BusinessA small biz survey shows optimism slipping across the state.

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  • How Georgia Manufacturers Are FaringGeorgia's manufacturing industry health is below average--and has been for the last six years, a new report shows.

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    Georgia Small Business Issues

  • Issues Facing Georgia Small Businesses

    Here are some of the issues NFIB/Georgia will be facing in the 2016 General Assembly:

    Fight costly health insurance mandates 
    NFIB will continue to fight efforts to increase mandated benefits on small business insurance plans that reduce flexibility and increase cost for business owners and their employees.

    Stop proposed wage and benefit increases
    NFIB is committed to stop any one-size-fits all government mandated proposed increases in minimum wage or mandated sick leave at the state level.

    Beat back trial lawyers attempts to expose small business to frivolous lawsuits
    NFIB will continue to fight efforts by plaintiff’s attorneys at the Gold Dome to open new avenues for lawsuits or erode important civil justice protections that could lead to more costly and unnecessary lawsuits against small employers.

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  • Are Your Representatives Fighting the Latest Obamacare Penalty?Tell Congress to protect small businesses from the latest catastrophic Internal Revenue Service penalties created in the healthcare law.

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    ADDRESS:
    127 Peachtree St. N.E., Suite 715
    Atlanta, GA
    30303

    PHONE:
    404-522-1290

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