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Posts tagged "Business Formation & Planning"

NYC small business environment: a few observations

Certainly more than any other city in the United States (and perhaps to a degree unparalleled anywhere in the world), New York City is home to an incredibly diverse and eclectic group of businesses. An individual walking through any of the city's boroughs can immediately see the vibrancy and sheer consumer choice that readily sets the metropolitan area apart from all others.

New tax laws will help businesses, but details not wholly clear yet

If you're the owner of a small or medium-sized New York business, your euphoria over recently announced changes to American tax law is understandable. Company principals all across the country have waited for years for tax changes they say have been sorely needed to restore vitality to the country's commercial sector. Tax revision has long been imperative, they say, to render them leaner and more competitive, better able to buy needed equipment and, importantly, to bring in new workers to their enterprises.

What's in store during 2018 for mid-sized business enterprises?

We noted in our immediately preceding blog post that successful business entrepreneurs and owners seldom adopt a stay-put philosophy. We stressed therein (please see our January 20 entry) that what that means for many enterprises in New York and nationally is "a continuing assessment of moves a business might reasonably take to remain strong and viable going forward."

Forecast: retail challenges, opportunities will abound in 2018

We would like to acknowledge and thank our readers and diverse business clients in New York and across the country in this first blog post of the New Year. We wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2018.

Some considerations re 2018 merger/acquisition climate

Although one business analyst/commentator writing on the nation's economic outlook makes a number of points in a recent article penned for a national newspaper, those observations essentially coalesce around one fundamental takeaway.