Small Business Owner Optimisim Drops Again in July

by Marilou Moursund on August 14, 2012

in Economic Indicators,Fiscal Policy,taxes

The National Federation of Independent Business, or NFIB, reported that it’s Optimism Index fell 0.2 to 91.2 in

July. Bill Dunkelberg, their chief economist, said that the main concerns mentioned in the latest survey were taxes, unreasonable regulations and red tape, and weak sales.

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