The Latest Small Business Trends

Jan 17, 2022 by

The Latest Small Business Trends

Economists are now predicting substantial growth for the economy in 2022, plus a strong increase in the country’s GDP. The outlook for continued growth after the holiday season remains solid. Even the job market is looking up this year. Now, economists are looking to small businesses to predict the trends for 2022.

Thousands of people laid off from their jobs have begun looking at creating their own small businesses to run from home. Online businesses are also taking advantage of this situation by providing software to enhance these business ventures. Virtual office desktop programs in particular are designed to keep you organized by assigning specific jobs or tasks to other online workers.

Justin JD Rossetti comments, “A good portion of small businesses actually employ a great deal of employees or contractors using software to discuss new projects and exchange documents for work.”

Zoom and Skype are popular programs where business owners can communicate with clients all over the world. Many workers over the age of 55 are flocking to this new field to take advantage of what it offers.

With this increasing ability to communicate and work with people around the world, independent contractor work is expected to grow steadily throughout the year.

“With no commuting and small overhead, those who work at home should remember the importance of careful record keeping of profits and expenses to prepare for tax season,” added, Justin JD Rossetti. “Our government fully supports small business owners, even those who work from home with no brick and mortar office.”

Rep. JD Rossetti (D-Longview) is a small business owner, school board director and youth baseball coach who lives in Longview with his wife and three boys.

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