Census Bureau Extends Deadline For U.S. Business And Economic Survey

The U.S. Census Bureau has extended the deadline for the 2017 economic census, the five-year survey of nearly 3.7 million U.S. businesses and their impact on the nation’s economy.

The bureau, which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, officially began notifying businesses nationwide by mail on May 1 with instructions on how to complete the survey online. For the 2017 survey, businesses nationwide were asked to report their year-end numbers for each business location, including sales or revenue, employment, payroll and other industry-specific information.

Originally, the deadline for responding to the survey was Tuesday, June 12, but Commerce Department officials extended that deadline a week later to June 19. The first set of data from the survey are scheduled to be released in September 2019. All data will be released by December 2021.   MORE

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