If you’re a small business owner, perhaps you’ve felt the pain of overzealous regulation by government.
Small business owners feel the pain – losses in time and money – more readily that management in large companies. They’re closer to the cash register and have fewer resources – especially, micro businesses.
That means, in general, they’re more fiscally conservative and more likely to implement change to improve their cash flow.
In my experience, depending on the locale, the majority of small businesspeople complain of bureaucrats that make profits hard to achieve.
Even a federal agency agrees, according to published reports. The Office of Advocacy at the Small Business Administration (SBA) states that federal rules cost business $1.1 trillion. And it costs small businesses 45 percent more than big businesses to comply.
That costs jobs.
So the SBA’s office says it’s been doing something about it with its regulatory review and reform initiative; what it calls “r3” to target regulations that are “ineffective, duplicative, or out of date.”
Do you have questions, concerns or comments? Here’s an e-mail address: email@example.com.
I say keep it going. If state and local governments would only see the light.
From the Coach’s Corner, here are tips for obtaining a loan:
Tips to Get the Lowest-cost Small Business Loan — Small business owners are facing unnecessary financial risks because they increasingly seek debt consolidation and loan refinancing as the result of high interest rates and onerous fees, according to a small-business lender. Here’s what to do.
Applying for Bank Loan? Here’s How to Shorten the Process — Business owners generally have two concerns when trying to get a bank loan or line of credit. Either they can’t qualify or they face scrutiny beyond belief. Wouldn’t it be great to save time and shorten the process?
4 Best Practices to Refinance Your Business Loan — Would you benefit by refinancing your small business loan to get a better interest rate and lower loan payments? Certainly, you would benefit from a lower interest rate and loan payments if you have cash flow issues. But there other matters to consider before refinancing your loan.
Debt Consolidation Will Sink You without These 6 Tips — If you’re not careful in your debt-consolidation plan to bundle your debts for a lower interest rate and minimum payments, you might get into more financial problems. Here are six precautions.
“Government is not a solution to our problem, government is the problem.”