Are you set on starting your own business in Florida? You’ll be in great company, as small businesses make up 99.8% of all the businesses in the state. Since Florida is home to so many small businesses, the process of registering your new business is simple but must be done correctly. Follow these steps on how to…

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Texas is the third fastest-growing state in the country and as a result, business is booming there. There are over 2.5 million small businesses with more forming every day; in fact, small businesses employ almost 50% of employees in the state of Texas.  If you’re looking to dip your toe into business in the state of Texas, a limited…

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Running multiple businesses is not for the faint of heart—doing so requires a lot of work and dedication. But if you’re driven, motivated, and passionate about what you do and who you do it for, serial entrepreneurship might just be the next step to take your business in. With great power comes great responsibility and…

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Are you looking to start an LLC in Georgia? This is a great state to run a business in and registering your LLC is a simple process. You want to make sure that you follow the process correctly and that you can start your business as soon as possible. Why Form an LLC? Limited Liability Companies, or…

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Are you starting a business in California? You’re not alone. California sees over 92,000 new businesses form every year, and for good reason. It’s got a booming economy and a huge audience to sell to. A great business option to get started in your new venture is an LLC, for many reasons. Let’s talk about starting an…

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Sometimes a business idea comes from a passion. There’s something you love, you’re completely immersed in it, and it becomes a business. The whole idea of the gurus who say, “Do what you love,” and “Follow your passion” comes from this path. But that’s not the only way to start a business. That’s never really…

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The U.S. Small Business Administration announced its 6th Annual Growth Accelerator Fund Competition (GAFC) with the addition of a new component aimed at spurring investment in underrepresented communities within the innovation economy at scale. The 2021 Growth Accelerator Fund Competition and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Catalyst programs will recognize the nation’s most innovative organizations with inclusive…

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In May 2021, the U.S. Census Bureau released data detailing seasonally adjusted business application and formation statistics for the month of April 2021. Business applications for tax IDs, also known as employer identification numbers (EINs), had seen 487,939 filings. This is an increase of 8.9% compared to March 2021. An increase in tax ID filings…

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The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman today announced the expansion of HUBZone, a program that provides small businesses in low-income communities that hire low-income residents opportunities to compete in the federal marketplace. The announcement makes Illinois the first state to have the newly created Governor-Designated Covered HUBZones.  “This expansion of HUBZone areas in…

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