Small Business, Just the Facts Please…

September 26, 2010 at 11:30 am Leave a comment

What is a small business? How many small businesses are there? What share of net
new jobs do small businesses create? These are questions the Office of
Advocacy receives on a daily basis. To respond to these and other pressing
queries, Advocacy has updated its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). 
The one-pager, front and back, is begging to be push-pinned to
workspaces for anyone who wants a quick reference guide on the
status and role of small businesses in America. But not
to leave you hanging. . . Advocacy usually defines a firm 
as small if it has fewer than 500 employees;
27.5 million businesses were estimated
for 2009 and almost all were small; and smalls 
create 65 percent of the net new jobs.

Download the FAQ document here. (PDF document)
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