Friday, October 11, 2013

Five ways the government shutdown is slowing down small businesses

From the Washington Post:

Small business owners and entrepreneurs from around the country have started to feel the ripple effects of the closure — some left waiting for contract updates, some left waiting for loans, and some left waiting to see whether customers are going to keep walking through their doors.

"We have all seen the offices locked down, the monuments closed," President Obama said during a speech on Thursday. "But the impacts of the shutdown go way beyond those things that you are seeing on television."

See also:
Headaches Loom for SBA Borrowers in Shutdown's Second Week

1 comment:

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