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  1. 1. Business Resources for online use from the Internet smkidd Business Resources: Tutorials http://www.baycongroup.com/ Learn the basics in Microsoft Office XP and Vista, plus support on older versions of Windows. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training/default.aspx Learn how you can start with and modify a pre-designed publication in Microsoft Publisher 2003 to create your own professional-looking newsletters, brochures, business cards, Web sites, and more. Use the templates tab to make up your own designs. http://www. ehow.com Search articles on how to start any business, find quick business overviews and easy to follow start-up tips. Consultants http://www.score.org Counseling for businesses in the planning stages of a business. Occupational Outlook Handbook http://www.bls.gov/oco The Bureau of Labor and Statistics hosts the Occupational Outlook Handbook. Find out about the current outlook, profession and more on specific job titles. Free Government assistance Government Contracts and News Announcements http://www.business.gov/ Find links to the Small Business Administration, Business and Data Statistics, State Compliance Resources, Federal forms and Compliance Contacts. http://www.nyscr.org/ Provides a free 30-day trial subscription with full access to all bid opportunities and search functions. A valid email address is required. http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/ Find Government purchase contracts for goods and services via the New York State Office of General Services. Click Procurement Services, Contracts, then click on the type of job industry.Search for opportunities to market your business to government purchasers.
  2. 2. http://www.sba.gov The SBA offers numerous loan programs to assist small businesses. The SBA is primarily a guarantor of loans made by private and other institutions and does not offer loans to small businesses. Many different loan proposal formats are possible. Commercial lenders can help find the best format for you. http://www.usa.gov Click on the Organization Index and search through Federal agency or government level assistance websites. Google Search: Type “Federal Domestic Assistance”. The online Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance gives you access to a database of all Federal programs available to State and local governments; public, private, profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. After you find the program you want, contact the office that administers the program and find out how to apply. Company Resources http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml Search companies, foreign and domestic, that are required to file registration statements, periodic reports, and other forms electronically through EDGAR. Anyone can access and download this information for free. Here you'll find links to a complete list of filings available through EDGAR and instructions for searching the EDGAR database. http://www.greaterbinghamton.com/businessresources.asp This guides you to community data resources including city or town profiles, and census and to local business assistance contacts in the Binghamton area. http://inter800.com Add a listing of your business or search toll-free phone numbers of online businesses by state and keyword. http://www.thomasnet.com Thomas Registry is the most comprehensive resource for industrial information, products, services, CAD drawings, and company profiles. http://www.bclibrary.info Click on Databases and then click on Reference USA. Find company address and phone numbers, plus news and information, the industry’s products and annual sales, top personnel and company websites. Incorporating Your Business Corporations: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/corp/formbus.html Forms and instructions before starting a corporation, include forming S Companies, LLCs or Partnerships.
  3. 3. Not-For-Profits: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/corp/nfpfile.html How to start a non-profit in New York. Click on Business and Click on Not-For-Profit Organizations. Business Laws and Regulations State Business Licenses http://www.sba.gov/hotlist/license.html The Small Business Administration hosts the SBA offices in the 50 states. New York State Business Licenses http://www.dos.state.ny.us/lcns/listoflncs.htm Department of State issues and discloses licensing regulations for New York State consumers. Corporate Filings: in New York State http://www.dos.state.ny.us/corp/filing.html Learn how to start a business in New York: registering your name, choosing the form of business, employment and labor laws, health and safety laws, taxes and contract laws. Presentations http://www.bplans.com/Sample_Business_Plans Over 100 free business plans plus the templates and tools to help you plan your business. http://www.wikihow.com/Main-Page Wikihow is a collaborative writing project to build the largest how-to manual. Businesses create free resources on this site to offer solutions to millions of people in everyday situations. http://www.plol.org/Pages/Search.aspx Cases from all U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, Cases from all 50 states back to 1997, Federal Statutory Law and codes by title for all 50 states, Regulations, Court rules, constitutions Statistical Resources Workforce http://www.bls.gov/bls/blswage.htm Salary Tables: Click State, and click on the map to find wages by state, occupations and then Metropolitan Statistical Areas. http://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/mlrhome.htm Research in a wide variety of fields—the labor force, the economy, employment, inflation, productivity, occupational injuries and illnesses, wages, prices, and many more. Demographics http://www.empire.state.ny.us Click on NY Biz and Click on “Workforce by Region”, then click on the map’s county or region to find demographic information about a geographic area. What is ICANN?
  4. 4. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for managing and coordinating the Domain Name System (DNS) to ensure that every address is unique and that all users of the Internet can find all valid addresses. It does this by overseeing the distribution of unique IP addresses and domain names. It also ensures that each domain name maps to the correct IP address. ICANN is also responsible for accrediting the domain name registrars. "Accredit" means to identify and set minimum standards for the performance of registration functions, to recognize persons or entities meeting those standards, and to enter into an accreditation agreement that sets forth the rules and procedures applicable to the provision of Registrar Services. ICANN's role is very limited, and it is not responsible for many issues associated with the Internet, such as financial transactions, Internet content control, spam (unsolicited commercial email), Internet gambling, or data protection and privacy. • Learn more about ICANN • What is DNS? • View ICANN's Registrar Accreditation Agreement Internet Corporation for Assigned Names: http://www.icann.org/en/faq/#dns

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