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Summer Reading for the Business Minded

Summer Reading for the Business Minded

Published: July 29, 2016 Updated: July 29, 2016

Whether you are on a much needed vacation or in an effort to spur inspiration, the summer months provide an opportunity to reflect and re-engage. From starting a home-based business to handling taxes, these top SBA blog posts will give you options to rethink, reimagine and perhaps recommit yourself to your business needs and goals.

7 Inspiring Home Business Ideas for Stay-at-Home Moms or Dads

Being a parent is a full-time job but if you carve out time and some office space, you can use your parenting skills, network or other professional resources to launch a venture from kitchen.

How to Change Your Business Name – Legal and Regulatory Steps Explained

If you have set up shop for some time but recognize a shift in your business or industry, then perhaps you will need a new business name. Make sure to do it the right way!

6 Things You Need to Know About Your Tax Responsibilities as an LLC

Establishing a limited liability corporation is a popular choice for small business owners and entrepreneurs. With that in mind, understand the financial and tax implications of an LLC. Consider seeking professional advice to cover your bases.

Three Popular Start-Up Financing Options 

How to Estimate the Cost of Starting a Business from Scratch

Depending on the type of business or industry, starting a new business can be costly. Explore different financing options beforehand as well as determine upfront expenses.

How Do I Find an EIN?

If you have a checklist of items to take care of as you launch your business, securing an EIN should be near the top.

Use the summertime to unwind and catch up on the numerous resources that SBA.gov has to offer new and experienced business owners.


About the Author:

Ijeoma S. Nwatu
Ijeoma S. Nwatu
Ijeoma S. Nwatu is a digital strategy and communications consultant. She is the Communications Manager for ColorComm, an organization that aims to uplift women of color in the communications field. When not working with clients, Ijeoma can be found speaking about career transitioning and social media marketing. Follow her on Twitter: @ijeomasnwatu.