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If you run a small business or are employed by one, there’s a very good chance you don’t have an employer-sponsored retirement plan.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only 29 percent of workers employed by businesses with fewer than 100 employees have access to an employer-sponsored plan. That makes retirement planning tough. By comparison, 81 percent of workers at companies with 100 or more employees have access to employer-sponsored plans.
At a hearing this week held by the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, the General Accounting Office released an analysis that said more owners of small businesses don’t have plans because the plans are expensive and offering them carries with it fiduciary responsibilities that small businesses don’t feel qualified to accept.
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While many personal account holders may be upset with some members of the banking industry, don’t expect small-business owners to join the protest just yet. The results of the J.D. Power and Associates’ Small-Business Banking Satisfaction Study are in, and overall satisfaction with banks has increased among small-business owners. On a 1,000-point scale, small-business banking customers
While most small business owners are honest citizens doing their best to pay their fair share in taxes, there are a few who try to dupe the system. As a result, the IRS has created a formula called the Discriminate Function that looks for certain tax audit red flags in returns to catch those individuals.