The Future of Small Businesses

With limited employees, capital and resources, small businesses are hit the hardest by rigorous regulations, and the expense of compliance often poses sustainable growth roadblocks for the entrepreneurs who need it most. The following months could prove especially pivotal for small business owners due to the growing possibility of new legislation and regulations. Access to […]

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Parents Are Concerned About Housing Grown Children, Survey Shows

More homeowners nationwide are finding themselves housing grown children—in fact, the share of adults who live with their parents has gone up since the 1970s. Many parents, according to findings from a new survey, are concerned about just how long their grown children will stay in the nest—and if they’ll be able to fly out […]

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Homeowners Making Improvements Despite Political Uncertainties

Homeowners are springing more for upgrades to their homes, despite unknowns that have the potential to impact their spending—a full 60 percent more than what they spent in 2016, according to a new report by HomeAdvisor. “Home improvement activity is showing resilience in the face of political shifts,” says Brad Hunter, chief economist at HomeAdvisor. […]

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Real Estate Industry Sounds Off on Trump Tax Plan

President Trump’s proposed tax plan has been met largely with disapproval from the housing industry, with several constituents concerned about a change that would double the standard deduction—and, in effect, invalidate the tax benefits of owning a home. “For roughly 75 million homeowners across the country, their home is more than just a number,” said […]

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