small business

Less Than 50 Staffers? Your Four Main Obamacare Options

August 7, 2013 By Dinah Wisenberg Brin | Entrepreneur Small businesses with fewer than 50 full-time employees — or the equivalent — as defined by the U.S. Affordable Care Act may wonder what they should do to prepare for employee open enrollment on the new healthcare exchanges this October. If you’re among those…

Internships.com Another New Benefit for Members and it’s Free!

Do you need an intern for your business? Don’t wait any longer! Now is the time to post your internship opportunities. It’s no secret that internships have become an invaluable way for businesses to recruit top student talent while providing an extended evaluation period for prospective entry-level employees. Now, South Carolina Small…

S.C. businesses have new financing option

July 31, 2013 Staff Report| GSA Business The S.C. Small Business Chamber of Commerce has joined a Mission Markets online crowd-funding portal that gives businesses access to financing and donation-based investment resources. Chamber President Frank Knapp said the portal gives businesses and non-profits conducting a business enterprise another avenue to…

Tax havens unfair to small businesses

The Washington Post Published: April 22 The latest deficit-reduction plan offered by Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson supports the interests of big business at the expense of the United States’ small businesses by calling for adoption of a territorial tax system. In two recent polls, small-business owners have soundly rejected…

Take Two Minutes to Speak up for Small Businesses Today

American Sustainable Business Council supporters –  The fiscal showdown over the Bush-era tax cuts continues in Congress… and defenders of extra cuts for the top-tiers of incomes continue using lip service to small business as their leading excuse for opposing the tax cuts for the middle class. That’s not right.…