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Posted at 06:30 AM ET, 01/07/2013

Get started: Crowdfunding moves ahead despite delayed regulations, next fiscal fight beginning

What’s going on:

Crowdfunders growing anxious: Despite delays from regulators, some crowdfunding ventures are already finding ways to deliver early-stage capital to start-ups and microbusinesses through online platforms.

Small business hiring remains slow: The NFIB’s latest survey shows that hiring ticked up only slightly as the firms that are trying to find new workers continue to struggle to find qualified applicants.

Export regulations hampering small firms: Unlike large corporations that have teams to handle changes in Washington, small businesses are struggling to keep up with sweeping export reform.

Keep an eye on:

Next fiscal fight begininng: The next big battle in Washington will revolve around the type of spending cuts Republicans will demand and the types of tax loopholes Democrats will try to close.

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