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Do you know how you are going to exit your business? You may have a dream of going public, selling to the highest bidder, or retiring and handing over your business legacy to your family. Big dreams aside, the truth is that 66% of small business owners have no ...
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Read More About Getting Out - Developing a Business Exit Strategy that Anticipates the Expected & the Unexpected

Federal Procurement Data Service – Next Generation is the repository of all federal contracting data for contracts in excess of $25,000. With this system, you can learn the following on federal contracting opportunities: What agencies have contracts ...
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“When you’re the business owner, there’s no one behind you. You're the back-stop.” (Warren Brown, Washington, D.C. Small Business Person of the Year 2006). How many days and nights has this reality kept you on your toes? From making ...
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Read More About SBA, SCORE, and SBDCs Explained - 3 Essential Local Resources for Small Business Owners

  Recently, SBA kicked off the 2012 Emerging Leaders (known as the e200) executive-level training initiative for small business owners in 27 cities, including 10 Native American communities. The e200 is an intensive training program for small companies that ...
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Read More About SBA Continues to Help Strengthen Small Businesses in Indian Country

Collecting sales tax is one of the most confusing aspects of transacting business – online and off! In fact, questions about sales tax are among the most frequently asked on the SBA.gov Community “Filing and Paying Taxes” discussion thread. ...
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Read More About Sales Tax 101 for Small Business Owners and Online Retailers

How does your business cope with the peaks and valleys of increased workload? By hiring the expertise of subcontractors, independent contractors, or freelancers to handle your extra work, your business can quickly scale up without creating a lot of additional ...
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Read More About How to Use Subcontractors to Save Money and Increase Business Agility