Small firms cite major contracting losses from sequestration

09/11/2013 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Many small-business owners say their revenues are dropping as a result of sequestration, which in March began to reduce the federal budget by $85 billion. Among those hardest hit are businesses that provided training, consulting or other services deemed nonessential. Many owners are hoping, however, that spending will increase in advance of the Sept. 30 end of the fiscal year, while others are working to regain corporate clients.

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