Small Business Tax Reform, Catering to Crowdfunders, What the Sharing Economy Needs: Sept. 2

Small Business Tax Reform, Catering to Crowdfunders, What the Sharing Economy Needs: Sept. 2
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories for small business and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

There’s bipartisan support to make filing taxes easier for small businesses, but reform is far from a sure thing, writes J.D. Harrison. [Washington Post]

Canadian small businesses are feeling bullish about the year to come, Paul Vieira reports. [Wall Street Journal]

A cottage industry of businesses is providing services such as manufacturing, packaging, and public relations to people who raise money on such crowdfunding sites as Indiegogo and Kickstarter, writes Sarah Kessler. [Fast Company]

Maybe what the sharing economy needs is a little less democracy, writes Marcus Wohlsen. [Wired]

Tom Gibson talks to Medtech Chief Executive Bertin Nahum, the world’s “fourth most innovative” man (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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