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A Large New ObamaCare Tax on Small Business Takes Effect Jan. 1

A Large New ObamaCare Tax on Small Business Takes Effect Jan. 1 | small vs big business | Scoop.it
The latest ObamaCare levy takes effect Jan. 1, the Wall Street Journal writes in an editorial.
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"A Large New Tax on Small Business." The Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal. 29 Dec. 2013 Web. 7 April 2014.

 

This article talks about have the new Obama Care is going to affect the small business because they are forced to get insurance. The audience is mainly small business but also the people who are employed in those small businesses. The main idea is that those small business are not going to be hiring as much because insurance have to be given to their employees, small businesses can not afford the Obama care plan. The article main concern is the tax on the care act; from the article "The Affordable Care Act supposed to be about expanding coverage in part by lowering premiums." (A Large New Tax on Small Business). This is a good article to use because it shows that the smaller business can not afford it and that it's going to make even more problems for the small business.

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Reich, Roberts.”Why the Rich Are Getting Richer and the Poor, Poorer.” The Work of Nations. Random House, inc. 1991. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

This anthology talk about how the rich keep getting richer and poor are getting poorer. The author discusses the issues surrounding the rich becoming more affluent and the poor languishing in poverty hence the reason why the economy continues to worsen. I chose this essay to help explain why the big business are getting bigger and small business are struggling and are later bankrupt. His audience is anyone with a job and who is a risk for loosing it, this give the business to same money in order to be richer. His Conclusions is american job letting people go in order to save money. In the essay he gives many examples of these jobs and lets us in management consultants, and entertainers, such as actors, actresses, comedians, and other such occupations.

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Seth Godin Interview | Experian.com

Seth Godin Interview | Experian.com | small vs big business | Scoop.it
Seth Godin discusses the importance of passion in your work, being indispensable, fighting fear, and being weird. You need to read this.
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Godin, Seth. Interview by Small Business Marketing Resources. Experian: A World of Insight. N.p. n.d. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

The interview focuses on what you might not know about Seth, and getting to know what drives him to be a successful artist and business man. the audience is people seeking to open a business and need a little tip from a expert on how to run one and what got him expire by it. The main idea is talking to him about what it takes to run a business; what is something he experience while running it and how he overcame it. Seth gives a point that it is not easy running a business takes up a lot o time and it is a lot of work. His main conclusion is talking about small business are important to the economy, that is not only the the big business taking over. A quote that stood out to me on why small business fail is what he talks about how, “The people who make changes are the survivors of serial failure" (Godin). This interview is a good topic to help support why small business are struggling and ways to help those small business become stronger.

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Business Loans Small Biz vs Big Biz Economic Recovery - YouTube

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Smallbusiness500. "Business Loans Small Biz vs Big Biz Economic Recovery." Online video clip. Youtube. Youtube, 16 Sept. 2013 Web. 7 April 2014. 

 

In this Youtube video, talks about the different between small and large business. The audience is people who have small business and who are struggling to keep up with the economic. The main idea is the Obama Care and taking large amount of bank loans is going to hurt the small business more in the future. The small business is good for hiring more people too which is good for the economic but basic on the clip the small business are going to cut back on hiring people in the future to save money. This clip has good information to help argue between the two in the near future. 

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Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs: Big, small or new firms? Who actually creates jobs: Big, small or new firms?

Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs? Who actually creates jobs: Big, small or new firms? Who actually creates jobs: Big, small or new firms? | small vs big business | Scoop.it
Here’s why first step in solving the country’s economic problems may be the hardest.
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Harrison, J.D. "Who Actually Creates Jobs: Start-ups, Small Businesses or big Corporations?" Washingtonpost. The washingtonpost. 24 April 2013. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

This blog justify the relationship between small and large business and the argument on who actually creates jobs. The audience could be people seeking jobs or government funding to help support those businesses. The main ideas is the growth on businesses and the future on them. This blog help people that are are starting a small business and help grow for the better. the author’s point is to show the week and strength within both business and to help shape the economy. A quite that stood out to me is is when it talks about how, small business “greater nearly two-thirds of nation’s net new jobs over the past decade and a half” (Harrison). Overall, this blog is good for showing how hard it is to start a business when big businesses are taking over.

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Small Vs. Large Companies: Ten Differences Between Working For The Two | Glassdoor Blog

Small Vs. Large Companies: Ten Differences Between Working For The Two | Glassdoor Blog | small vs big business | Scoop.it
All businesses aren’t created equal. What may be normal for a small company could be strange for a large one. But when deciding where to work, those distinctions matter. “There are a number of differences,” says Kathleen Downs, a recruiting manager at Robert Half International. “I wouldn’t say one is better than the other, but they are certainly different.” From culture to job function, here’s a look at ten differences between working for a small firm and its larger brethren.
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Fuscaido, Donna. "Small vs. Large Companies: Ten Differences Between Working for the Two."Glassdoor. N.p. 24 Jan. 2012. Web. 8 April 2014.

 

This This blog represents the two business and how different they are. The audience is anyone who what to know the different between the two and what it takes for each in order to be successful. The author helps organizes the main topic on each business by putting them in categorize. The authors main idea is to compare the large and small business. His main conclusion is to help those small business become bigger and gives lots of tips on how to do it. This is a good source to use because it give good examples of both side for the business world. 

 

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Big Government vs. Big Business Cartoon

Big Government vs. Big Business Cartoon | small vs big business | Scoop.it
A political cartoon about big government and big business.
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Kurtzman, Daniel “Get Off my Back.” Cartoon. About.com. Universl Press Syndicate 2008. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

This image represent the struggle that the government is putting on the businesses. Some business can handle without the help from the government but other can’t and those are the smaller businesses. The artist have different size person to represent the size of the businesses and a saying to show who is effected more. The Conclusion is that the smaller business are in more need from the help from the government then the bigger business because of money wise, they make more then the smaller business. Basic on the image the government have a big influence on the businesses. 

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Staring a Business With Acquisition in Mind - Small Business Podcast

How to start a business with the intent of being acquired by a larger company.
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perf. "How To Start a Business with the Intent of Being Acquired by a Larger Company."SmallBusinessPodcast. N.p., 2008. web. 7 Apr 2014.


This podcast transcript is a conversation between SmallBusinessPodcast and Jon Fisher, who is the author of "Strategic Entrepreneurism: Shattering the Startup Entrepreneurial Myths” talks about Jon experience on running a business. The audience is people who are interested in knowing the secrets in a business. Jon fisher has real life experience in running a small business but it took a different turn and he end up selling his business. The author main point is to help people run a small business and help them grow. He came to a conclusions that he is a “pure entrepreneur” and owning a lot of business help see thing differently from his experience while doing it. This podcast will be good for my paper because it gives a real situation and lot of examples on how hard it is to run a small business compare to a larger one.


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Haltiwanger, John. "Who Creates Jobs? Small vs Large vs. Young." econweb. Aug. 201. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

In this scholarly journal article, the author John Haltiwanger discuss that many issues in the role of firm size and growth have been at the core of the ongoing debate. The audience is anyone who is interested in creating a business and want to know more information about it. The main idea is finding the important role of business startups and young businesses in U.S. job creation. This source is good for my research because it compares both type of businesses in details from experts. Haltiwanger highlight how the complex dynamics underlying firm formation, growth, decline and exit combine to determine net job creation in the economy. By having those sources it can help back up on have those small business turn out to struggle compare to the larger business. 

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Big business makes more money but pays less tax as small firms are hit harder

Big business makes more money but pays less tax as small firms are hit harder | small vs big business | Scoop.it
Despite soaring profits, corporation tax payments by the UK’s largest firms have fallen by more than a fifth since 2000.
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Campbell, Peter. "Big Business Makes more Money but Pays Less Tax as Small Firms are hit Harder." MailOnline. Associated Newspapers Ltd. 27 Dec. 2012. Web. 7 April 2014.

 

This research examines the relationship between small and large business and how taxes are different for each. The audience is mainly small business because it is informing people that large business are paying less in taxes. It mainly talks about have small business are struggling the most and having the highest taxes are not helping and making them grow. The larger business are also doing illegal tax evasion which is also hurting the smaller business. The author point is to help those smaller business to fight to make it equal for all business. His conclusion was that if taxes continue to rise everyone will stop paying. A quote that stood out to me is, “Small companies have had a much harder time, grown by number but with the tax system not doing them any favor” (Campbell). My argument is on have big companies are taking over the business. Overall, this article is good because it compare the two businesses and how much different they are.

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