small business lending

NFIB exposed…again

The first time I mentioned Bill Dunkelberg in my blog was two years ago.  Mr. Dunkelberg is the chief economist of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), Professor Emeritus of economics at Temple University and chairman of Liberty Bell Bank in New Jersey.  Unfortunately, in spite of all those distinguished positions, Mr. Dunkelberg is […]

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OPINION POLL: Small Business Owners Say Access to Credit a Problem; Support Current Proposals to Boost Economy

January 26, 2012 Opinion polling released today shows 90 percent of small business owners believe access to credit is a problem and that loans are harder to get now than four years ago; majority support key provisions in president’s American Jobs Act Washington DC, Jan. 26, 2012 – Opinion polling released today shows 90 percent

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Issues on Small Business Lending

Here are two good articles that talk about the lack of lending to small businesses. The first issue is the problem with regulators, not regulations. We have heard numerous complaints of inconsistency of regulators in how they deal with financial institutions regarding small business lending. Some banking regulators are overzealous when it comes to the

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