Browse these external websites for information and resources from a variety of sources to help get your State Self-Employment Assistance Program up and running!
This new "no wrong door" approach for small businesses and exporters provides quick and easy access to services and information, regardless of where the information is located or which federal agency it comes from. It’s a true “one stop” shop for entrepreneurs and businesses alike!
USA.gov for the Self-Employed
A resource for the self-employed, this website includes tools such as a small business start-up kit to information on financial assistance, hiring, laws, scams and fraud, taxes, and more. which federal agency it comes from. It’s a true “one stop” shop for entrepreneurs and businesses alike!
IRS.gov: Self-Employed Individuals Tax Center
Not sure how self-employment impacts your tax requirements? This resource center provides information on tax obligations, making quarterly payments, filing returns, qualifications for joint venture returns, and online learning tools to make the transition easy.
VetBiz.gov, Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization
A resource for veterans starting a new business, VetBiz provides information on how to acquire Vendor Information Page (VIP) certification, register for the Secretary’s database of Veteran owned businesses, and allows VA contracting officers to easily identify Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB’s) eligible for procurement.