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5 Tips on Technology Planning Learn the best methods for technology planning by using these five tips brought to you by SCORE Mentors. View
Business Planning & Financial Statements Template Gallery These tools can be your first step towards small business success. Then, get advice to help you on your way. View
Financial Projections Template Download this financial projections Excel template to calculate your startup expenses, payroll costs, sales forecast, cash flow, income statement, balance sheet, breakeven analysis, financial ratios, cost of goods sold, amortization and depreciation for your small business. View
The Three Things Your Business Plan Absolutely Must Have Business columnist Rieva Lesonsky outlines three things you need to consider in order to craft a fresh and effective business plan. View
Understanding Trademarks and Deciding if You Need One A trademark is a symbol that distinguishes products and services in the marketplace. It can protect intellectual property, a brand name, a design, or can be applied to a business, product or used in connection with specific services. Trademark law protects you, the owner, from competitors... View
Greatest Time Ever to Be in Small Business Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, describes how 5 major factors have come together to make now the best time for small business prosperity. View
Master Your Business Plan SCORE ExpertAnswers Whether you're starting up or running an established company, an up-to-date business plan is critical for planning and reaching your goals. In this issue of SCORE ExpertAnswers, SCORE Mentor Mark Lowenstein provides expert advice on mastering this essential business tool... View
How to Create a Comprehensive Business Plan Use this guide to create a thorough and exhaustive business plan for your business. View
Nonprofit Corporations vs. For-Profit Corporations What is the difference between a nonprofit corporation and a regular for-profit corporation? Aside from the name, the two entities can be separated by other differences ranging from the way each is operated to various tax implications. Below, you’ll find an in-depth analysis of for-profit... View
Mutual Benefit Nonprofits A mutual benefit nonprofit corporation is formed solely to benefit its own members. Unlike religious or public benefit nonprofits, the purpose of the mutual benefit nonprofit is not to benefit the public at large, but rather a very specific group. The other major difference is that the revenue... View