March 16, 2016 | CNBC

“Presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle — from Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz to Hillary Clinton — have promised they can create more jobs in the United States. Their strategies include Trump’s five-point tax plan to spur business and job growth; Cruz’s idea to have a flat tax to stimulate business investment; and Clinton’s proposal to invest in infrastructure, clean energy and scientific and medical research, which will in turn create more jobs.

But what the candidates are not acknowledging is that small businesses — a traditional engine of job creation in the United States — make up a shrinking percentage of total businesses, and they are not creating as many jobs as they once did.”

To read this article in full, which features OnDeck’s Small Business Election Survey, click here.

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