small business News for August 29 2017

The Secret to Making Money by starting a small business
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How To Create An Online Business That Makes Money 24/7 Eben Pagan gives the 10 ways to make money on the internet and how you can use it to make …

FDIC: Money Smart For Small Business

Money Smart for Small Business provides a practical introduction to topics related to starting and managing a business. A list of Money Smart Alliance members may be helpful to find available training near you, although the list does not include all organizations actively using Money Smart Products. MSSB is designed to be delivered to new or operating small business owners by financial institutions, small business development centers, women’s business centers, city/county economic development offices, faith-based organizations and others. The Money Smart Alliance includes a group of members that promote and teach MSSB. FDIC facilitates collaboration between the Alliance members who use MSSB through a quarterly online town hall to discuss experiences using the curriculum. Joining the Money Smart Alliance is highly encouraged but not a requirement to download the MSSB curriculum.
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Small Business

The Office of Small Business Utilization connects small businesses with people
and resources to help them grow. We are your advocates. Get to know us.
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Small Business Innovation Research Program

Are you an entrepreneur with an idea for green technology? EPA’s Small Business Innovation Research Program may be an opportunity to help advance your innovation. Learn About SBIR. EPA is one of 11 federal agencies that participate in the SBIR Program established by the Small Business Innovation Development Act of 1982. EPA issues annual solicitations for Phase I and Phase II research proposals from science and technology-based firms. Phase II contracts are limited to small businesses that have successfully completed their Phase I projects.
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OSHA Directorate Cooperative and State Programs

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Small business: advice, support services, regulations …

How new or existing small businesses can get advice, support and information on government regulations.
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SME and Small Business Shipping Solutions – FedEx | GB

FedEx Small Business Centre is your online business resource centre, providing shipping, logistics and delivery advice to support your SME growth
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2016 Small Business Marketing Trends Report

In December 2015, Infusionsoft and LeadPages surveyed a panel of 1,026 self-identified small business owners from across the U.S. via an online questionnaire they accessed via mobile device. We asked these small business owners a slate of 10 questions about their marketing tactics, goals, and challenges heading into 2016. The resulting report identifies some serious challenges and weak spots in the state of small-business marketing-but also plenty of opportunities for the savvy small business owner to make quick wins. Infusionsoft helps small business succeed with education, strategies to convert leads into customers, technical help, and more. Their solutions, including Infusionsoft all-in-one sales and marketing software, make it easy for small businesses to get organized, attract traffic, grow sales, and save time.
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Bankruptcy for Small Businesses

If your small business is inundated with debt, you can file for Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Before you decide on what type of bankruptcy to file, you need to determine if you should file a personal bankruptcy or a business bankruptcy. Most small business owners that file for personal bankruptcy choose Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, although sometimes Chapter 11 is a good option too. If your business is structured as a corporation or LLC, the business is responsible for paying business debts, not you. If you want to file for bankruptcy, you’ll have to do so on behalf of the business.
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