The Oklahoma office of the National Federation of Independent Business today announced the creation of “Scholarships to Success” presented by NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.
September was another month of low expectations and pessimism for the small-business community, with the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index losing 0.1 points and falling to 92.8.
NFIB/Oklahoma is joining other business groups in supporting State Question 766, which will overturn a 2009 state Supreme Court decision allowing a tax on intangible property such as customer lists, professional licenses, insurance policies and business logos.
In spite of a disappointing jobs report, the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index gained 1.7 points, rising to 92.9, in the month of August.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small-business association, today named 292 members of Congress as Guardians of Small Business for their outstanding voting record on behalf of America’s small-business owners in the 112th Congress.
For local, small business retailers, the state’s tax-free weekend is an opportunity to promote sales, unique clothing finds and more.
Oklahoma’s upcoming sales tax holiday will be a big help to small businesses still recovering from the recession. This year’s tax holiday is Aug. 3-5.
In a disappointing reversal of several months of slow but positive growth, June’s Index of Small Business Optimism dove three points, falling to 91.4.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) is gunning for the history books with its challenge to President Obama’s healthcare law, and it has boosted its status among Washington’s business groups in the process.
This simplification of the tax code means that our state’s small business owners can spend less time meeting with their accountants trying to figure out complicated schedules and deductions, and more time back at their businesses working to grow Oklahoma’s economy.