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These websites offer content and valuable resources that will help you get your business going. The Small Business Administration , for example, is a content-rich source of information for new small business owners.
Business.gov—The U.S. government’s official small business website
Most Requested Government Forms for Small Businesses—I-9, SS-4, W-2, W-4 and more
Small Business Training Center—SBA virtual campus offering free online courses and training materials
Featured Course: How to Create a Business Plan: This free online course is offered by the SBA to help prospective and existing entrepreneurs understand the basics about writing a business plan. These self-paced courses will take about 30 minutes to complete.
Small Business Videos—Business.gov aggregates videos from government agencies, and publishes them on its YouTube channel.
State and Local Guides—Provides access to over 9,000 official U.S. city government resources, including information on complying with state and local regulations, and programs for starting and managing a business
SBA Frequently Asked Questions—A one-page go-to list for the government's most asked questions
DuctTapeMarketing.com—Small-business marketing ideas and strategy, including social media how-tos
StartUpNation.com—Small-business advice for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs, including SEO and other e-marketing advice
NextAdvisor’s Small Business Resource Center—This site helps small businesses choose the best providers for essential SMB services and tools, such as VoIP, Internet fax, background checks, online backup, web hosting and more