Business owner sounds off on Obama's business plan
Helping small businesses has been a big focus of President Barack Obama's campaign, and he announced some new steps to help business owners while tackling the 8.2 percent unemployment rate on Wednesday.
FOX 9 News spoke with Loren Schirber, owner of Castle Building & Remodeling, about whether measures by the federal government really help owners like her.
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From speeding up the time government agencies pay their bills to contractors to letting businesses write off up to $250,000 in capital investments in 2013, the Small Business Administration is also revamping its Small Loan Advantage program to raise the maximum loan amount from $250,000 to $350,000 while streamlining the process.