Small businesses employ more than half of the U.S. workforce. (The U.S. Small Business Administration defines a small business as one employing fewer than 500 people.)
While U.S. entrepreneurs start more than half a million new businesses each year, only about two-thirds of those survive two years. Fewer than half celebrate five years in business and only about a third survive a decade.
Starting a business certainly isn’t for the faint of heart —and starting one in the medical billing business is no exception.… Read More