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Government Resources

The Federal Government is a terrific and often over-looked free resource. The Government offers helpful information for operating a successful small business from its Small Business Administration, as well as from other federal government resources. Refer to these sections for useful summaries and direct links to help you begin or manage a small business efficiently and effectively.

  • Small Business Administration - Besides information on starting and running a business, the SBA provides help on financing, training, counseling, and contracting.
  • Other Government Resources - These links connect to U.S. Government sites such as the IRS, Patent and Trademark Office, BLS, SEC, and House and Senate Small Business Committees.


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