Monthly Archives: April 2016

City of San Jose Extends Business Tax Amesty Program to May 31st, 2013

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

Keen Independent Research LLC 2015 Small Business Study Summary Report

Keen Independent Research LLC 2015 Small Business Study Summary Report

work2future and the City of San José seek an update on the composition and health of small businesses in Santa Clara County. These organizations need a review of the latest research on the importance of small businesses and entrepreneurship to the economy and the best practices for those assisting the small business community. Keen Independent Research LLC (Keen Independent) worked closely with work2future and City staff to develop these insights. This research was a fast-tracked and streamlined update of the research David Keen and Annette Humm Keen conducted in 2010 and 2006, focusing on changes since the Great Recession. Because of the limited budget and time available for the update study, it is much more focused than our previous small business research assignments.

Keen Independent Research LLC 2015 Small Business Study Summary Report

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty

City of San Jose Extends Business Tax Amesty Program to May 31st, 2013

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

Minimum Wage Ordinance for the City of San Jose

The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012

The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012

Keen Independent Research LLC 2015 Small Business Study Summary Report

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty

City of San Jose Extends Business Tax Amesty Program to May 31st, 2013

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.San Jose is offering local businesses an opportunity to comply with overdue Business Tax requirements without penalty.

San Jose Approves Styrofoam Ban

San José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food Containers

San José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food ContainersSan José becomes California’s Largest City to Ban Foam Food Containers

Minimum Wage Ordinance for the City of San Jose

The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012

The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012The Minimum Wage Ordinance was passed by City of San Jose voters on November 6, 2012

Keen Independent Research LLC 2015 Small Business Study Summary Report

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guarantyFor 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty

For 7(a) loans in the amount of $150,000 or less approved in FY2014: Both the yearly fee and the upfront guaranty