In Part One, I took a look at the economic policies of Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley.
I broke their ideas into the categories of wages, banking policies and taxes.
I also noted other policies relevant to entrepreneurs, small businesses and related freelance types.
Now, on to the third and final candidate, one Hillary Rodham Clinton. Click Here to Read Article …
The field of candidates for the Democratic nomination for president in 2016 is small and manageable — populated by folks with platforms aimed to help the little guy.
If you’re a one-person work machine or the owner of a small business, do Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley or Hillary Clinton have anything up their sleeves to help you out?
For the sake of this overview, I’m invoking the principle that what’s good for the economy is good for small businesses.
That is, restaurateurs, potters and freelance accountants all need their neighbors to have some income. And if these entrepreneurs’ suppliers and distributors aren’t feeling a pinch, they’ll probably get kind rates, which mean a better chance of survival.
So everything affecting the economy affects entrepreneurs. The economic factors I’ll look at include wages, banking policies (which apply to anyone looking for a loan) and of course, taxes. Click Here to Read Article …