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Bookkeeping and solid accounting is vital to your small business's success. Check out these tips on good accounting practices from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The US Small Business Administration is an independent federal agency that works to assist and protect the interests of American small businesses.
We deliver the answers, support, and resources small businesses need to start-up, succeed and grow. We administer our programs through district offices throughout the United States and provide additional services through a network of resource partners: Small Business Development Centers, SCORE, U.S. Export Assistance Centers, Women’s Business Centers, and Veteran’s Business Outreach Centers.
The SBA Community is an interactive extension of the site and features a variety of discussion boards and blogs that allow business owners to connect with their peers, industry experts and government representatives to ask questions, share best practices and get advice.
Bookkeeping and solid accounting is vital to your small business's success. Check out these tips on good accounting practices from the U.S. Small Business Administration.Jan 4, 2016 919 Shares
Getting your products to the largest market possible may be one of your short- or long-range goals. To reach a global market, you'll have to consider exporting. Check out this guide to exports from the U.S. Small Business Administration.Sep 16, 2015 263 Shares
As much as you can prepare for an impending disaster, there's nothing you can do to prevent the actual even from happening. Here are tips from the Small Business Administration on what small businesses should do after disaster strikes.Aug 6, 2015 310 Shares
Severe weather can strike at any time and anywhere. And as summer burns on, the risk of hurricanes grows for a large portion of the country. Here are tips you can take to ensure your business survives beyond the storm.Jul 6, 2015 398 Shares
The U.S. Small Business Administration has completed another successful Small Business Week. Check out what happened during a week's worth of events and what's ahead for next year.Jun 12, 2015 339 Shares
A bank is willing to give your business a loan. It sounds great but it's important to consider: Can your business actually afford this loan?May 13, 2015 240 Shares
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