Restaurateur Juan Ramirez was scrambling for an answer within minutes of the Small Business Jobs Act being signed into law. Could the package of tax write-offs and lending incentives be the break he so desperately needed? “I have two small restaurants, and I don’t know how I will be able to stay open if I don’t get some help,” the New York City restaurateur wrote in an e-mail to one potential information source. “Please let me know how and what I need to do to ...
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