Georgia Small Business News


  • Presidential Candidate Small Business Issue ComparisonNFIB does not endorse presidential candidates; however, we do analyze their positions very carefully for the purpose of educating our members. To that end, we've compiled a head-to-head comparison of the positions expressed by Mr. Trump and Secretary Clinton on issues that are important to small business.

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  • Committee Looking at Ways to Lower Tax RatesTax Foundation ranking of 36 shows room for improvement on Peach State tax climate.

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  • Georgia Joins 20 States in Challenging New Overtime RuleNFIB is also pushing for a compliance deadline extension.

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  • Video: 3 Super Easy Social Media HacksThese under-the-radar features for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are as easy to use as they are effective.

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  • Fighting Back Against the “Walk Around” RuleSmall businesses are being hurt by OSHA's 2013 "walk around" rule that allows union officials to inspect non-unionized businesses. See what NFIB is doing about it.

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  • What Section 179 Expensing Means for Your BusinessThis tax break makes it more affordable for small companies to buy business equipment, such as office furniture, vehicles, computers, machinery, and other tangible capital investments, by allowing businesses to deduct up to $500,000 per year in qualifying business equipment purchases from their taxable income. Can you benefit?

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