|Posted on 6/12/2018 10:55:00 AM.|
Small business optimism has reached its highest level in 34 years. That's according to the National Federation of Independent Business, who surveys its members regularly.
NFIB state director Dawn Starns credits the federal tax reform legislation approved last December.
|Small Business, NFIB, Dawn Starns, taxes|
|Posted on 1/9/2018 11:45:00 AM.|
NFIB Index of Small Business Optimism is at an all-time high
as we enter 2018. The yearly index is a barometer for the general mood of small
business owners across the US. A sharp rise in optimism was logged after the
2016 election, and Louisiana NFIB Director Dawn Starns says a lot of that has
to do with the Trump administration’s promise of regulatory rollback and tax
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|Posted on 12/14/2016 1:47:00 AM.|
Small business optimism has skyrocketed since the election of Donald Trump, according the National Federation of Independent Business’ monthly Index of Small Business Optimism. NFIB state director Dawn Starns says business owners said they are now excited about the future.
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|Posted on 8/9/2016 11:16:00 AM.|
The National Federation of Independent Business says Small Business Optimism only rose by one-tenth of a point for July, showing no significant enthusiasm for expansion. NFIB State Director Dawn Starns links this feeling to the uncertainty small business owners now face with all the recent tax changes Louisiana has seen during the legislative session.
|National Federation of Independent, Dawn Starns, small business, small business optimism|
|Posted on 1/25/2016 3:03:00 AM.|
New Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson begins meeting today with local economic development groups to emphasize small business success in the state. Pierson says Governor John Bel Edwards has made small business growth a priority.
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|Posted on 3/31/2015 7:28:00 PM.|
Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Bel Edwards, blames republican candidate Scott Angelle for helping to create the state's 1.6 billion dollar budget deficit. Angelle is currently a Public Service Commissioner, but he previously served in Bobby Jindal's administration. Edwards made the swipe at Angelle during a governor's forum in Baton Rouge.
(John Bel Edwards)
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|Posted on 3/6/2014 2:28:00 AM.|
Small business owners in Louisiana say they oppose any legislation that would raise the minimum wage. The 2014 legislative session is to start Monday and there are bills filed that would raise the state's minimum wage to 10 dollars an hour. Louisiana director of NFIB Dawn Starns says they surveyed their members and 90 percent of them said "no" to raising the minimum wage.
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