Sage survey reports widespread business discontent with federal government
Small Business executives are deeply concerned about the ability of the federal government to meet their needs, reports Sage Software, in a survey released this week. The Sage Small Business Government Regulations Survey targeted business owners of mid-size companies (10-500 employees) and revealed that over three fourths of those surveyed felt that the government is out of touch with the needs of small businesses. Good news comes for the Small Business Administration, who received generally high marks in its ability to relate to small business. (We're glad to
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