Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Small Business FAQs and Stats

The SBA Office of Advocacy released an update to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). It estimates that there are 26.8 million small businesses in the United States, and addresses small businesses' importance to the U.S. economy. It provides data on small business firm survival, owner demographics, health care questions, regulations, and procurement.

Advocacy's updated FAQs can be found here (PDF).
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Small Business Report: Statistics for Tax Year 2003

Small businesses are defined by New York State as those businesses that employ fewer than 100 employees. Small businesses in New York may be sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies and partnerships, general business corporations, subchapter S business corporations, or transportation, transmission, and utility companies. Data presented in this report includes employment and business receipts by entity type and employment class.

This edition of the Small Business Report provides data for New York State small businesses in tax year 2003.

To download the entire publication, please visit here.

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