5 ways the supercommittee's failure might hurt small businesses

11/22/2011 | Entrepreneur online

The automatic cuts scheduled to go into effect in 2013 because the congressional supercommittee failed to fulfill its deficit-cutting mission could spell trouble for small businesses, Diana Ransom writes. The cuts would decrease the availability of government contracts and leave the Small Business Administration with less money to dedicate to lending efforts, she writes.

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