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Get started: Fiscal cliff talks turn sour again, start-ups helping small businesses outsource tasks

What’s going on:

Time running out on lawmakers: The fiscal cliff is less than a week ago, and with no deal in sight, President Obama is returning from vacation early for one final push. Already, government workers are feeling the squeeze.

HSBC pushes back against tax hikes: Republicans on the House Small Business Committee are making their voices heard in the fiscal cliff dispute, warning against potential threats to small employers.

Keep an eye on:

Start-ups helping small firms:A number of technology companies have sprouted in recent years that can help small business owners outsource some of their daily duties.

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J.D. Harrison covers startups, small business and entrepreneurship, with a focus on public policy, and he runs the On Small Business blog.

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