When it comes to using New York City as a launching pad for starting a new business and makingit profitable, "the pros outweigh the cons." And not just by a little bit.
Humans routinely converge in agreement on all sorts of matters. Indeed, coming together with some sort of unanimity is central to getting things done in just about any realm.
American businesses are many and diverse, with their creation in any given case being driven by expectations that a select commercial form will yield distinct and optimal advantages. The United States is home to legions of mammoth corporations that are global in their dimensions, but it also supports millions of small businesses designated as sole proprietorships. In between are many and varied partnerships and limited liability companies.
New Year’s resolutions are not just for your personal life. Business owners can benefit from resolutions, too--even after the new year has started. What goals do you have for your business in 2019? What changes can you make to how you run your business to help you achieve those goals? Answering these questions may help you find a resolution you can stick to and achieve in the new year.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo would likely welcome participation in a select debate. And he would forcefully argue in that venue that tight-fisted government lending to businesses is less a fiscally responsible and safeguarding measure for taxpayers than it is a short-sighted and materially harmful strategy.