Weekend Links: TARP, Taxes...Madams?

Posted by: John Tozzi on December 11, 2009

Yearend tax advice from Bill Bischoff in the WSJ.

Slightly different tax advice: Even illegal business activity is subject to taxes. Kelly Phillips Erb (aka Taxgirl) explains.

WaPo’s David Cho reports on what TARP aid to small businesses might look like.

New research suggests that restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions are unlikely to put much burden on small businesses, Reuters’ Peter Henderson reports.

Pamela Slim writes at Open Forum about how choose a business idea.

A case study on a startup gadget maker that can’t meet demand because of production delays, and how they’re dealing with it, by Jenna Wortham in the NY Times.

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