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Owning a company is an achievable goal for newcomers to America. Here's how.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs were mentioned just six times in Obama's speech. We examine how often past presidents have put them in the spotlight.
The SBA's Small Business Development Centers serve over 500,000 entrepreneurs a year, but they're still on the budget chopping block.
For the men and women of the U.S. military, starting a business in this economy can be tricky. Here are the government programs that aim to help veterans strike out on their own.
Everything you need to know in order to get a government grant.
SBA Small Business Classroom on the Web
Whether it's a loan, a contract or regulatory information you seek, these sites are just what you need to get acquainted with what the government can do to help you start or grow your business.
Small-business newbies can learn the ropes online.
Entrepreneurial centers focus on those who've served.
If you're disabled or a veteran looking for start-up financing, our Shoestring Start-Up Expert has a few leads for you.
The world's growing at Internet speed, but your local economic development agency's still watching out for you.
So it's said. But women are still debating ways to battle the old boy network.
Funding from the Small Business Innovation Research program
Free counseling and affordable workshops for entrepreneurs
Put Uncle Sam in your corner with free help from the SBA.