Newcomers drive the nation's solopreneur sector.
By Rick Telberg
Nothing says American like entrepreneurship. No nation offers such fertile soil for the seeds of business. And small businesses are the underlying energy of the American economy. Fed by inspiration, elbow grease, and gumption, they account for a disproportionate amount of the nation’s jobs, mobility, and innovation. When small businesses thrive, everybody thrives.
Three new reports on entrepreneurship from the U.S. Small Business Administration offer insights that may be of interest to CPA practices. Each report looks at one of three groups that are in the news every day: Millennials, seniors, and immigrants.
It may surprise many that the educated, tech-savvy millennials are increasingly less likely to start their own businesses.