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New Concerns for Small Businesses

How Small Businesses Are Coping With the Economy

small business concernsThe business world is constantly changing, and with new small businesses come new concerns. If you’re just starting a small business, or are trying to keep a small business going through difficult economic times, then there are some new concerns that you should probably be thinking about.

The Economy

Of course, the economy is always a concern, but each economic climate brings its own challenges. We may be on the verge of an economic upswing where people will feel freer to spend money, but for now, things are still tight in many parts of the country, and the future is uncertain. It’s more important than ever that the products or services you provide either fill a clear need, or provide so much convenience or efficiency for the cost that people can’t help but take part.

Offering slightly higher end products for a slightly higher price will not get many companies far in the current atmosphere. If you’re concerned about your current economic situation, consider performing a business credit check of other companies in your niche. Gauging your success against that of your competitors may provide some comfort in knowing that the current economic situation has more to do with a temporary financial slump than anything else you may be doing wrong.

Finding Qualified Employees

Again, something that’s always a concern, but what puts this in the category of new concerns is that you may have too many employees to choose from. With unemployment as high as it is, you’re probably going to be receiving a lot of resumes from people who really don’t belong with your company. Those resumes may be a bit “creatively enhanced” as well. It’s a good idea to run a personal credit check on potential employees to get an idea of how reliable they are.

Of course, good credit is more important than ever. Make sure to pay your bills on time and to monitor your business credit to make sure your profile is accurate at all times.


Over the last ten years, Craig Berger has written thousands of articles on subjects ranging anywhere from poker to real estate. Concerning finance, Craig has written on subjects such as Credit Monitoring, Credit Scores and Credit Reports for both individuals and businesses, credit cards, mortgage loans, buying gold, debt consolidation and more. Craig has a Masters degree in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California.