Small and micro-businesses power our everyday lives. The small enterprises known as micro-businesses—most with one to five employees and many owned and operated by people of color—are all around us. But the challenges and pitfalls of running a "micro-biz" are many: Some owners can’t quality for loans; others don’t have the right training to manage administrative tasks. There are HR issues, a shifting post-recession marketplace, and matters of cash flow.
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