Provide better access to contracts for small businesses to increase job creation and meet participation goals for WOSB, VOSB, DVOSB, and SB. The Teaming Pilot Project should be expanded and become a permanent SBA Program.
Use the formal entrepreneurial support program developed in Littleton, Colorado in 1987 which has shown great results in Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Indiana, Arizona and numerous smaller communities. Google "economic gardening" to get 83,000 hits. http://littletongov.org/bia/default.asp
Problem: Small businesses cannot defend themselves from trademark threats.
Solution: Public defenders for small companies that are attacked by big business.
Problem: A lot of intellectual property (IP) is being wasted due to "squatting".
Solution: Use or license IP within a few years so it can be commercialized -- "use it or lose it."
Tax big US corporations, not paying any taxes now, into entrepreneurial fund for startups
I actually have a more thorough explanation but this is a simple, cost effective, way to address some of the issues brought up by Internation Mega-Corporations... more »
Offer federal tax credits to budding entrepreneurs and inventors for the fees associated with the filing a patent application.
Likely entrepreneurs are often young, educated professionals... more »
Provide free health insurance for unfunded entrepreneurs and their families.
2, I suggest that you give the option of having to file taxes or pay a flat tax so that you can reduce paperwork.
3. I suggest that accounting, bookkeeping and small business management be a required course for all kids,... more »
Then just let Nature take its course… “That’s all!” You can pay yourself $100K Bonus and retire on your pension now…
The Simplest Fix is simply to REINSTATE THE LAW (Glass-Steagall), and that will do "EVERYTHING...!" However, there is NO WAY that President Obama or the “SBA” has the ability or strength to buck the $300MILLION in Bribes that the Lobbyists paid to Repeal... more »
I suggest you have the SEC allow regulation-exempt public stock offerings when the maximum individual investment is less than or equal to $100.00: http://crowdfundinglaw.com/. This would allow any entrepreneur to do a public offering for tiny investments, aka “crowdfunding”. Of course, this group of investors would then meet the prior existing relationship for other regulated private offers.