FROM THE STREET ABOUT WALL STREET! DOES ANYONE REALLY HAVE AN ANSWER?
October, being the month of Corporate Tax filings, and yearly ending of financials Lost and Profit statements. The legislative body of the Wall Street arena are under-mining the value of small business development by implementing the inflated cost of the Affirmative Action programs that are geared to bring back the Industrial Development in America.
This issue comes to the surface when your investment opportunities research the start-up volume of small business fall's 15% every year for the past 6 years.
Let it be said: The non-profit small businesses are out numbering the profit start-up's. The cause of not being able to identify with good investments in the small business arena, it's because of the Risk-Management clauses in many of the mutual funds made available to those small businesses and their personal assets.
Greetings Benadin; What matters in the Small Business arena, is the lack of wisdom and knowledge for many of our Enterprisers that have not paid their Dues, to the Community Development initiatives, set-up and designed to achieve the passions of their desire to become the meaningful Small Business in one's Neighborhood.
The people that work in the offices of small business, reach out to many with the instruments, under the radar for the Small Businesses and yet Ego-Tactical enterprises gage their Growth by ways and means of their Own successful moves.
Every State in the country has policies and procedures that must be followed, that are often Published in the guide lines and identifying the Needs of the Community's which the Small Businesses intend on Servicing.
I know that it seems far fetched because of the distrust that is exemplified within our business communities, but it may be more advantageous to start joint ventures and pool our resources together with one another. Keep all of the particulars on paper even with the dividing of profits. Show the Wall Street bullies that we can unite, work together and be transparent with one another and be a model for the next generation of entrepreneurs. We have to stand together in solidarity before anyone else will take us serious.