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Table Data - Business Applications with Planned Wages for Alabama (DISCONTINUED)

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Title Business Applications with Planned Wages for Alabama (DISCONTINUED)
Series ID PWBUSAPPNSAAL
Source U.S. Census Bureau
Release Business Formation Statistics
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Quarterly
Units Number
Date Range 2004-07-01 to 2020-10-01
Last Updated 2021-01-14 11:02 AM CST
Notes The Business Formation Statistics are now released on a monthly basis, and the quarterly series will no longer be updated. See BAWBATOTALNSAAL for an alternative.

High-Propensity Business Applications (HBA) that indicate a first wages‐paid date on the IRS Form SS-4. The indication of a wages-paid date is associated with a high likelihood of transitioning into a business with payroll.
DATE VALUE
2004-07-01 2535
2004-10-01 2292
2005-01-01 3044
2005-04-01 2689
2005-07-01 2311
2005-10-01 2588
2006-01-01 3475
2006-04-01 3021
2006-07-01 2724
2006-10-01 2439
2007-01-01 3314
2007-04-01 2990
2007-07-01 2693
2007-10-01 1856
2008-01-01 2264
2008-04-01 2063
2008-07-01 1929
2008-10-01 1700
2009-01-01 2109
2009-04-01 1767
2009-07-01 1698
2009-10-01 1519
2010-01-01 1971
2010-04-01 1674
2010-07-01 1523
2010-10-01 1482
2011-01-01 1776
2011-04-01 1612
2011-07-01 1605
2011-10-01 1353
2012-01-01 1701
2012-04-01 1579
2012-07-01 1377
2012-10-01 1318
2013-01-01 1595
2013-04-01 1395
2013-07-01 1263
2013-10-01 1199
2014-01-01 1414
2014-04-01 1380
2014-07-01 1380
2014-10-01 1154
2015-01-01 1582
2015-04-01 1351
2015-07-01 1306
2015-10-01 1090
2016-01-01 1642
2016-04-01 1357
2016-07-01 1361
2016-10-01 1152
2017-01-01 1599
2017-04-01 1417
2017-07-01 1314
2017-10-01 1117
2018-01-01 1646
2018-04-01 1443
2018-07-01 1354
2018-10-01 1191
2019-01-01 1658
2019-04-01 1451
2019-07-01 1320
2019-10-01 1047
2020-01-01 1380
2020-04-01 1367
2020-07-01 2198
2020-10-01 1503

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