Veterans, Guards, Reservists

There are a variety of resources in Mason County that provide many outstanding services to the business community. Please review this listing of local entities to find out what resources are available locally to assist in the success of your business venture.

To be successful in any business, Step #1 after deciding upon a product or service is assessing whether you will sell enough of it to make your business "go." This article explains how to step through such an assessment simply, without loads of information and in as little as 10-20 minutes. Try it out or get a SCORE person to help walk you through it.  No charge, of course.

SIZE YOUR MARKET – EASILY & PRECISELY

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How to do a business plan, in lay person terms and in 4 easy steps. Explained in roughly 4 pages. Learn how to do it right and without a great amount of stress. A more detailed article is available about this. Just ask us how and where to find it. 

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Planning a “WINNER.”

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Create A “Get Moving” Marketing & Sales Plan

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Guide for a Marketing and Sales Plan

Want a plan that focuses your time and money?  Rather than complex, time-consuming, dust-collecting volumes, you need a plan that gives you structure and flexibility. You need a live guide that you can look to for direction, and also for options. In this webinar we will help you focus in the key actions and key measures that can help you guide your business into the New Year.

Developing a Customer Contact Plan

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Regular, meaningful contact with customers and prospects should be the engine for generating new business for your company. But who has the time?  And what is the best way to communicate?  In this webinar we talk about ways to efficiently drive sales by “touching” Customers, Prospects and Referral Sources in a planned, focused approach.

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The form of business you operate determines what taxes you must pay and how you pay them. The following are the four general types of business taxes.

  • Income Tax
  • Self-Employment Tax
  • Employment Taxes
  • Excise Tax

The resources on page the Starting a Business in Illinois explain the basic steps most business owners will need to take when starting or expanding a business in Illinois. If you are already a business owner, and want to find out about your legal requirements, visit our Operating a Business page.

The form of business you operate determines what taxes you must pay and how you pay them. The following are the four general types of business taxes.

  • Income Tax
  • Self-Employment Tax
  • Employment Taxes
  • Excise Tax

The resources on page the Starting a Business in Illinois explain the basic steps most business owners will need to take when starting or expanding a business in Illinois. If you are already a business owner, and want to find out about your legal requirements, visit our Operating a Business page.

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