NFIB State and Local Highlights
- Connecticut Minimum Wage Set To Rise To $11 Per Hour On October 1 En Route To $15 (10/01/2019)
The Hartford (CT) Courant (9/26, Singer) reported, “The hourly minimum wage in Connecticut is set to increase to $11 per hour on Tuesday.” Then, the “minimum wage will rise until it reaches $15 an hour on June 1, 2023.” The article adds, “According to the CBIA, 13.5% of businesses say they will raise prices to absorb the higher labor cost.”
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- Service Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE) Free one-on-one business counseling from working
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- Women Business Centers (WBC) National network of educational centers designed to assist women
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- Office of Small Business Affairs - State organization that supports small businesses.
This government division provides a portal to a range of small business support. A single contact point for entrepreneurs seeking financial and technical assistance, it offers information on loans; technology; state, federal and quasi-public agencies and financial assistance. The site also offers information to established businesses looking to relocate to Connecticut. .
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