ON-LINE RESOURCE GUIDE
Overall Business Information
website has a variety of information for businesses. Many
of the resources are offered at no cost.
is the site of the U.S. Small Business Administration. New
businesses and experienced business can both take
advantage of the information offered in this site.
is a resource of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
SCORE counselors are retired professionals who volunteer
their time to assist small business owners and
entrepreneurs. The website has workshops, a resource
library and you can access a score counselor though this
Café is an interactive website that provides much-needed
and professional advice on all business topics. You can
receive information already posted and ask questions
by a non-profit, this site offers free, online business
courses; do-it-yourself style!
This website has many resources. You fill out a survey on
the topic you are interested in. Instead of providing
information, it provides a list of great web-sites that
will meet every need. Go to this site, click on the topic
and receive a list of resources that can help you!!!
http://www.free-ed.net/ — This site is a free online
educational site that offers information in business,
management and economics using video and interactive
site provides information that will give you the tools to
write a plan for your business.
www.businessfinance.com—This site provides detailed
information regarding loan and capital sources, business
credit, and writing a loan request. You can also take
advantage of a section that matches you up with the best
finance options related to your life and business.
site offers a wide range of information, but there is a
special item—the start-up calculator. It helps you
determine if you have enough capital to start a business
and gives you a chance to plan your business’ finances.
Legal Issues of Business
www.nolo.com—Go to this site, click on the small
business section on the left-hand side of the homepage and
find all the legal information you would need if you are
the owner of a small business.
http://my.safaribooksonline.com/—This is online book
site where you can find, download and read books on
business topics and technology.
www.elance.com—This site matches buyers and sellers of
services that can be delivered over the Web, by mail, fax,
phone or email—from consultation involving marketing to
web development to accounting and more.
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Retirement Plan Options
http://www.irs.gov/retirement/— This site provides
information on some of the different retirement plans
http://www.sbtechnologymagazine.org/—This is a free
on-line magazine that is released that provides small
businesses with the latest technology information.
Doing Business In California
various topics such as guidelines of choosing a business
structure, how to file tax and employer identification
documents, a checklist of starting a business, and much
more. You can also find a list of business resources
including different state departments, a list of trade
associations and partners, a list of California codes and
new legislation in California. This is a government site,
therefore provides up-to-date, necessary information.
-Are you a woman in business or looking to start a
business? If you are, this is the site for you. It is a
resource of the U.S. Small Business Administration that
addresses the needs of women and provides information on
different opportunities and topics related to women in
This on-line Resource Guide includes only a few of the
great web-sites on the Internet for small business owners
and entrepreneurs. The SBSC does not endorse any one
source. It is important to know that there is much more
out there to take advantage of. If you need assistance
with this guide or would like more information, please
contact the Small Business Support Center at 559/891-2200