small business

UofSC economist says government shutdown unlikely to happen at end of week, with debt ceiling deadline looming

WIS-TV September 28, 2021 By Mary Green COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) – An economist at the University of South Carolina said the federal government is unlikely to shut down Friday at midnight, the deadline by which Congress needs to reach an agreement on funding to keep it open. Past that, lawmakers face…

Join briefing with Republican Congressman Blaine Leutkemery

Join us Thursday, September 30th, for a business leader briefing with  Ranking Member of the House Small Business Committee, Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO) moderated by Candace Waterman, President & CEO of Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP). Congressman Luetkemeyer will brief our local business leader network about what Congress is doing to help small…

“Revitalizing America’s Cities”—Watch Video from The Hil

July 15, 2021 Today, The Hill hosted a special virtual event, “Revitalizing America’s Cities” that featured Mayors from across the country discussing what their cities are or will be doing to promote the success of microbusinesses to make their cities more resilient. The Hill is a Washington, DC-based media company…

Opinion: Failure Would Cement ‘Victory for Small Business’

Morning Consult June 21, 2019 By Frank Knapp Jr. Starting next year, for the first time, businesses will be allowed to give workers money specifically to purchase individual health insurance policies. This revised federal rule for tax-exempt health reimbursement arrangements was finalized last week. President Donald Trump called the changes a “monumental…

FREE SHOP Information Sessions, Chester and Lancaster Counties

Small businesses in Chester and Lancaster counties have a special opportunity on January 7, 2015 to hear from an expert on health insurance options available to them and their employees through the federal health insurance marketplace. The sessions are scheduled for: 12:00 p.m. – Native American Studies Center 5:30 p.m.…