There are many good sites on the World Wide Web, but trying to find them can be frustrating. The list of Websites below may be helpful sources of information. When you click on a link, a new window will pop up. Close the window when you are ready to return to this page.
2016 Tax Planning
2015 Tax Planning
American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) - Tax Law Summary
2017 Tax Planning Guide
Money Magazine offers an online edition that is a great resource for financial information.
Forbes Digital Tool
Read up on the latest business news, then check out the Starting Your Own Business articles in The Small-Business Center for ideas and advice. The sites Small-Business Forum discussion areas give you a chance to learn from-and teach-your peers.
In addition to comprehensive business coverage, the online version of Fortune offers Fortune & Your Company, a section geared to small businesses. You will find articles on taxes, marketing, management, technology, financing a business and more.
Social Security Administration
Small Business Administration
No matter what stage your business is at, you will find a wealth of information here on starting, running and expanding. Get step-by-step information on launching a business, find out about SBA loan programs, take an online course or register your business in Pro-Net for government contracting opportunities.
U.S. Department of Commerce
The depth and breadth of information at this site seems overwhelming, but its an incredible tool if you know what you're looking for. Its got links to the DOC--xyaxy--s 14 bureaus, including the Patent and Trademark Office, the Bureau of Export Administration, the Census Bureau, the International Trade Administration and the Technology Administration.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA's pages provide a wealth of information related to the agency--xyaxy--s workplace safety standards and regulations. You can search for OSHA regulatory rules, and delve into a number of other databases that include information such as recordkeeping guidelines, speeches and congressional testimony.
As its name implies, this site is intended for use by nonprofit organizations. It offers links at Cabinet departments to information that is of special interest to nonprofits. Other links will fetch information about grants, volunteering and budgeting issues, and Master Search lets you perform keyword searches on 530,000 government Web pages.
Library of Congress
The two most useful areas at this site are Thomas, where you search for information about legislation, and the Copyright Office, where information about copyright law is available.
GovCon is a free service for businesses interested in obtaining government contracts. Once you register you will have access to The Commerce Business Daily; bidding, teaming and employment opportunities; searchable government regulations; electronic newsletters; an interactive advertiser yellow pages; and notification of upcoming seminars and trade shows on government contracting issues.
The Non-Profit Resource Center
Financial accounting standards, OMB circulars, etc. for the non-profit community
MSNBC is the place for up to the minute news. Many of the news articles have audio and video clips.
The Internal Revenue Service
Get the lowdown on current Federal tax regulations and other tax information at the Internal Revenue Services Web site, where you can also download tax forms and instructions. Its Small Business Corner offers advice on starting and operating your own business.
26 USC TITLE 26 - Internal Revenue Code (01-16-96)
USC Title 26: Searchable IRC Title 26
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