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HOW TO SELECT A NEW BUSINESS
Starting a business is an exciting and challenging undertaking. To help ensure your business' success, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the basic requirements for starting a business for selecting a new business you must have a start up resources. The following resources provide information to help specialized audiences start their own businesses.
• Environmentally-Friendly "Green" Business
• Home-Based Business
• Online Business
• Self Employment
• Minority Owned Business
• Veteran Owned Business
• Woman Owned Business
You can save money when starting or expanding your business by using government surplus. From commercial real estate and cars, to furniture, computers and office equipment, find what you need for your business in one place.
For selecting a new business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities. These 10 easy steps can help you plan, prepare and manage your business.
Step 1: write a business plan
Step 2: Get business assistance and Training
Step 3: Choose a business location
Step 4: Finance your business
Step 5: Determine the legal structure of your business
Step 6: Register a business name (“Doing business as”)
Step 7: Get a Tax identification number
Step 8: Register for state and local taxes
Step 9: Obtain business licenses and permits
Step 10: Understand Employer Responsibilities
Creating a winning business name takes some thought but is one of the most important things you’ll do during the process of starting a business. Get your family, friends and/or colleagues together for a business name brainstorming session and work through these five rules for choosing a business name:
1) A winning business name has to be memorable – but easy to spell.
2) A winning business name needs a visual element.
3) A winning business name has to have positive connotation.
4) A winning business name needs to include information about what your business does.
5) A winning business name has to be fairly short.