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Where To Get Assistance To Help Start Your Business

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There is a lot of free help that you may be able to access to help start a business, including the following:

National Association For The Self Employed provides information, as well as access to health insurance and other benefits. See: offsite link.

The Small Business Association, a division of the US Dept. of Labor, provides classes, information and thousands of links to help you find information about starting your own business. You may contact the Small Business Association at 800.UASK.SBA, or visit: offsite link.

The Small Business Self-Employment Service of the President's Committee on Employing People with Disabilities has additional resources and links at offsite link.

Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration, dedicated to aiding in the formation, growth, and success of small business nationwide. Among other offerings, SCORE provides free e-mail counseling to people setting up their own business. Their website is located at: offsite link.

The U.S. Business Advisor is a government website designed to provide businesses with one-stop access to all federal government information, services, and transactions. The site is located at: offsite link.

SOHO (Small Office Home Office) is an internet community that brings together small business owners and provides resources, including information on obtaining health insurance. Their site is located at: offsite link.

The American Small Business Association provides information and benefits to members, including purchasing discounts and insurance products. Their site is: offsite link

Veterans who want to start a business should take a look at offsite link. The site lists financial resources as well as sources of business coaching.

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