2009 Small Business Toolkit With Sba Programs For Financing, Starting, And Managing Your Own Business, Plus The Srb Library Of Publications (two Cd-rom Set)

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ISBN : 1422019926

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This up-to-date and comprehensive electronic book on two CD-ROMs, updated for 2009, presents an enormous library of federal government documents and publications from the Small Business Administration (SBA) covering all aspects of small business - including financing, starting, and managing your small business! It includes an incredible library of SBA publications on every conceivable aspect of small business, with e-books, guidelines, forms, training manuals, laws, regulations, and material on loan programs, business opportunities, disaster recovery, non-profits, advocacy for small business, and statistics about the topic. In addition to the SBA material, there is exceptional material from the GSA, OSHA, DOD, and the CFDA catalog. SBA programs include: Business Development * Advocacy * Business Development * Business & Community Initiatives * Chief Financial Officer - CFO * Disaster Assistance * Entrepreneurial Development * Freedom of Information * Hearings and Appeals * HUBZone * Financial Assistance - Loan Programs * Government Contracting/BD * Government Contracting * Inspector General * Lender Oversight * Native American Affairs * International Trade * Investment Division (SBICs) * Ombudsman * Press Office * SBDCs * SCORE * Small Disadvantaged Business * Size Standards * Surety Guarantees * Technology (SBIR/STTR) * Veterans Business Development * Womens Business Ownership SBA Services include: Assets for Sale * Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act * GILS * Non-Profit * The National Ombudsman - Regulatory Fairness by Federal Agencies * Online Library * Central Contracting Registration (CCR) - Doing Business With the Government * SUB-Net - Subcontracting Opportunities * Tech-Net Companies * Trade Mission * U.S. Business Advisor * Womens Business Ownership * Technical Assistance (Training & Counseling) - Entrepreneurial Development * Business & Community Initiatives * Native American Affairs * SBDCs * SCORE * Small Business Training Network * Womens Business Ownership * International Trade * Financial Assistance - Loan Programs * Specialty Loan Programs * Financial Assistance (General Overview) * Investment Division (SBICs) * Surety Guarantees * International Trade * Contracting Assistance - 8a Business Development * HUBZone * Government Contracting/BD * Government Contracting * Small Disadvantaged Business * Size Standards * Surety Guarantees * Technology (SBIR/STTR) * Disaster Assistance Recovery * Special Interests - International Trade * Minorities * Native American Affairs * Technology (SBIR/STTR) * Womens Business Ownership * Young Entrepreneurs * Veterans Business Development In the Small Business Act of July 30, 1953, Congress created the Small Business Administration, whose function was to "aid, counsel, assist and protect, insofar as is possible, the interests of small business concerns." SBA's programs now include financial and federal contract procurement assistance, management assistance, and specialized outreach to women, minorities and armed forces veterans. The SBA also provides loans to victims of natural disasters and specialized advice and assistance in international trade. Nearly 20 million small businesses have received direct or indirect help from one or another of those SBA programs. SBA's current business loan portfolio of roughly 219,000 loans worth more than $45 billion makes it the largest single financial backer of U.S. businesses. Over the past 10 years, the SBA has helped almost 435,000 small businesses get more than $94.6 billion in loans, more than in the entire history of the agency before 1991. Since 1958, SBA's venture capital program has put more than $30 billion into the hands of small business owners to finance their growth. Last year, the SBA backed $12.3 billion in loans.
Author : U.S. Government
ISBN : 1422019926
Language : English
No of Pages : 12126
Publication Date : 11/15/2008
Format/Binding : CD-ROM
Book dimensions : 5.51x4.8x0.39

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