This week’s small business news weekly roundup is coming out a bit early because of the Thanksgiving holiday, but it’s still packed with plenty of reading material for you. Below you’ll find a discussion on whether ending tax breaks for the wealthy would affect small businesses, advice on how to choose the right credit card for your small business, the top 10 start-up mistakes, and a link to another small business news weekly roundup with even more great articles.
- If tax breaks for the wealthy expire, would small business suffer?: This Los Angeles Times piece looks at both sides of the debate — where does your opinion fall on this issue?
- 6 questions to help you pick the right small business credit card: These tips happen to come from a site called CreditCards.com, but don’t let that dissuade you from taking the advice seriously. Suggestions like checking out special business services and perks as well as deciding whether the rewards program actually benefits you are among the factors listed that you should consider.
- 10 Most Common Start-Up Mistakes: Here at the LegalZoom blog, Ja-Naé Duane has shared 10+ ways to fund your start-up, and here are some more considerations for you budding entrepreneurs — the what *not* to do as you begin your business.
- And finally, for another great list of articles and blog posts that might interest you, be sure to check out the New York Times’ own roundup called Flying Pigs and Lame Ducks.
By the way, if your small business is in retail, please come back and let us know how Black Friday went for you and whether you think it’s a sign — good or bad — for 2011.