Topic: Small Business Administration

SBA Celebrates America’s Small Businesses

It’s National Small Business Week, and the Small Business Administration is throwing a party. Guess what: you don’t have to be in DC to join the festivities; follow along via the SBA’s live webcast. We’re joining the National Small Business Week party, too. Thought we’d bring along this tasty little roundup of advisories regarding SBA… Read more »

Funding a Small Business: 7 Financing Sources to Consider

Bank loans, crowdfunding, venture capital, and more: entrepreneurs looking to start and grow their businesses have multiple options. In the end, however, there are only two kinds of money: debt, which is borrowed, and equity, which is traded for ownership of the company. To help you determine which is right for your company, here’s a… Read more »

Women-Owned Businesses: Federal Contracting Incentives for Women in Small Business

“Madeleine Albright said ‘there is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’ It follows that there must also be a special place in hell for women who do not accept the help of entities, programs, and benefits specifically purposed to promote women and diversity in the business world.” (Incentives to… Read more »

You Should Know This: Small Business Law Roundup

FYI: here’s a mixed reading list of recent interesting updates and articles addressing the ever-changing landscape of small business, written by lawyers and law firms on JD Supra: Tax Tips for Small Business Owners (Darrin Mish) “IRS Commissioner for Small Business and Self-employed Division, Faris Fink said, ‘When you’re running a business, you don’t need… Read more »