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# Small Firms Association

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"Not Brexit-proof" - there's a deal of good news for the self-employed today, but is it enough?
'People are holding onto land with no intention of developing it and just hoping for the best'
Survival of small businesses 'hangs in the balance' if Brexit becomes a reality
The single biggest engine room for Irish jobs is starting to fire up
Forcing people to pay for their own retirement will 'put many jobs and businesses at risk'
Sick days cost €490 million last year but which area had the highest rate of absence?
'Opening a business is risky. It's time self-employed people had a safety net'
'Bosses need to be treated equally to - if not better than - employees'
Been knocked back for a business loan? Well, here's some good news
Irish 'stigma' around failure is hurting entrepreneurship - SFA
Call for more scrutiny on bank lending to SMEs
Irish companies to get helping hand from global business leaders
How are small businesses feeling about the next few months?
What I learned: Keith Wood on leadership in rugby and business
Government supports for SMEs 'designed not to be used' - SFA
Speed-dating (networking) for business: 'It's time to get out of your comfort zone'
Restrictive, badly marketed and poorly explained: Government finance scheme for SMEs is not working
Small firms 'prohibited' from government work
Shoppers should be encouraged to buy Irish this Saturday, says SFA
Business people avoid discussing mental health due to fear of appearing weak
One in 10 small businesses use debt collection agents to get money owed
5 steps to tackle youth unemployment outlined by SFA
Three months on and small firms feel more confident about business
SFA warn of €6 billion cost of black economy, urge government action
Economic activity needed to solve 'fiscal and unemployment crisis' - SFA
Small and medium businesses could* deliver 20,000 jobs
Column: 'Self-employed people need a safety net too'
A 'Yes' vote likely says poll of small firm owners
Employers warn that Burton's sick pay proposals will result in job losses
Small firms "confident" about 2012 outlook
SFA calls on consumers to buy Irish this Saturday
One in five small firms hiring staff in next three months
Government must do more to help small firms - SFA
Pay frozen as small businesses look to sustain jobs
More than 100 HSE staff off sick every day - at just one hospital
Superquinn workers retain conditions, while suppliers fear for payments
Loan approval rates nearly halved in three years - CSO
Small Firms Association criticises coalition proposal to reverse minimum wage cut
1 in 10 small firms planning to recruit in first quarter