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Indiana Small Business Loans on Decline

Small business loans of less than a $1 million have declined by 17 percent since 2008.


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Indiana Small Business News

  • SUCCESS LIES AHEAD FOR SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAYWhen consumers take a trip to Main Street to this Saturday, they will find themselves amongst their friends and neighbors.

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  • MORE SO THAN EVER, SHOPPERS PLANNING TO VISIT A SMALL BUSINESS THIS WEEKENDThe results of this year’s survey are promising and our members are certainly gearing up for a very busy weekend.

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  • Is your small business eligible for property tax exemptions?Tippecanoe County Assessor's Office invites you to a community meeting: Property Tax Exemptions for Small Businesses

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  • Indiana Small Business Loans on DeclineSmall business loans of less than a $1 million have declined by 17 percent since 2008.

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  • NATIONAL SURVEY SHOULD BE A WAKE UP CALL TO MIRROR INDIANAThe National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Optimism Index remains stuck at a below average reading of 96.1

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    Indiana Small Business Issues

  • NFIB Demands Action on Small Business ExpensingThis week, NFIB wrote a letter to Congressional Leadership urging them to act immediately on small business expensing. Join the effort by contacting your representatives now.

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  • Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee IndependenceMillions of small subcontractors and franchisees are worried that because of a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling they could lose control of their business and new business opportunities due to the new joint employer standard. This NLRB ruling fundamentally changes the joint employer rules and could be devastating to franchise and subcontracting businesses. Tell Congress to Preserve Subcontractor and Franchisee Independence.

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