The COVID-19 crisis represents many immediate and long-term concerns for family businesses. Using survey data from two recent studies, we will explore the 2020 Family Enterprise USA Owners Survey, as

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Plan to Attend: COVID-19 required many family firms to change the way they do business, from checking employees’ temperatures before each shift to serving an entirely new market. What success

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Family business owners want lower taxes, less regulation Family Enterprise USA’s 2020 survey shed light on factors that family business owners see as obstacles to growth. By Patricia M. Soldano,

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For the first time since early 2020, the dominant topic in the American policy debate is not the COVID-19 pandemic. With national attention consumed by protests, riots and the state

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The 2020 FEUSA Survey was conducted between January 31st and April 24th during the global Coronavirus pandemic. As of mid-March much of the United States was under some form of

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Hawaii Taxes could rise on high-end real estate on the island of Hawaii Illinois The top Republicans in the Illinois legislature are pushing for a vote that would remove from the November ballot

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The Senate has left for their Memorial Day district work period. When the upper chamber returns on June 1, it’s likely to focus on clearing pending presidential nominations as House Democrats

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While the world is slowly starting to open up and move toward “normal,” it seems as if DC has already gotten there – politically at least. After passing four stimulus

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What to Expect in Next Economic Recovery Package House Democrats’ Opening Bid—The HEROES Act Only four days after its May 12 introduction, the House narrowly approved the HEROES Act (H.R.6800),

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As part of its ongoing response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, family-owned Mars, Incorporated has today shared an update on actions to better support the communities in which it operates,

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