Small-biz Web site launches

The Small Business Administration has launched a new Web site, www.Business.gov, a federal government information and services repository for small-business owners. The site provides information on:

*Starting, managing and marketing a business

*Financial assistance

*Federal and state taxes

*Laws and regulations

*International trade

*Human resources

*Doing business with the government

*Federal forms needed to do business.

SBA will add other features this fall, including tools to help businesses find information, fill out forms and save time. Business.gov is one of 25 cross-agency

federal e-government initiatives.

 

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