A small business is a privately owned and operated business. A small business typically has a small number of employees. In the United States, the legal definition of a small business is determined by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), which sets the criteria to be used by the SBA in making small business determinations.
Criteria by the SBA in determining the definition of a small business includes the number of workers employed or annual receipts. The following criteria is used by the SBA to define a small business:
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