Tag Archives: small business

IRS Sets Its Sights on Small Business

An interesting article by Sheryll Poe, published on the FreeEnterprise.com website. When it comes to America’s small businesses, the IRS seems to be taking the approach of “guilty until proven innocent.” The IRS has reportedly sent Notifications of Possible Income Underreporting to approximately 20,000 employers based on the information reports it has received on their debit and credit… Read More »

Listen to Small Businesses’ Red Tape Worries

Here’s an interesting article by Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.), republished on  Friends of the US Chamber of Commerce website Government red tape can sometimes reach far beyond what Congress ever intended, and into the realm of the ridiculous. Last week, the Washington Post provided an example. One small businessman, a magician, has an act that… Read More »

Some Small Businesses Opt for the Health-Care Penalty

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Small-business owners across the U.S. are bracing for the health-care law that kicks in next year, fearing it will increase the cost of providing insurance to employees. But Rick Levi, a business owner in Des Moines, Iowa, is among those… Read More »