CNBC: Small Business Optimism Soars after Trump Election

By at 10 January, 2017, 1:57 pm

Early this week, the NFIB released its monthly small business survey, and as CNBC reported:

Main Street is certainly gearing up for what is perceived to be an era of deregulation and more business-friendly policies under a Trump administration. The biggest issues for small companies in this month’s index were taxes, followed by government regulations and red tape, so the belief that these issues may be lessened is sending a hopeful message.

SBE Council chief economist Ray Keating was interviewed for the story, and said that small business owners have “zeroed in” on tax and regulatory reform, which is providing confidence and hope. He added: “We are expecting good things to happen,” Keating said. “But when will they happen, and when will these policies get implemented?”

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