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Business.gov

is the official business link to the U.S. government, and focuses on what you need to know to start or expand a business. Learn about writing a business plan, business zoning, online businesses, home businesses, self employment, non profits, licenses and permits, incorporating, loans and grants, insurance, managing finances, taxes, marketing and advertisement, data and statistics, import/export, green business practices, complying with laws. (Small Business Administration)

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Interesting Fact:

Most aspects of running a business have some legal consequences. Whether your business is just starting up, expanding, or winding down, you must comply with the federal, state, and local laws that govern your business activities.
Stylized image of a financial chart superimposed over Andrew Jackson's image from a twenty dollar bill.

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