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Key Economic Indicators 
Item  Rate 
CPI: 0.2% (May 2018) 
GDP Growth:   2.3% (1st QTR 2018)
Bank Prime Interest Rate:   4.75%
Consumer Confidence:  128.% (May 2018) 
Small Biz Confidence:  107.8% (May 2018) 
Avg Gas Price:  $2.92 













If your small business experience a natural disaster it could spell doom for the business.  Many businesses never recover from a natural disaster because they lack the resources to rebuild.


What can a business do to survive a disaster?  It is a question that most entrepreneurs ignore until they find themselves in a bad situation.  This question should be answered now.  Every small business is at risk of experiencing a natural disaster.  Your location does not grant you immunity from nature.  Nature can strike at any time with a hurricane, tornado, volcano eruption, excessive rain that leads to flooding and mud slides, fire started by lightening, earthquake, sink holes, etc.


There are many resources available for small businesses.  Most of these resources are offered by the federal government.  However, there are resources offered by state and local governments and non-governmental agencies.






















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