Veterans, Guards, Reservists

Cash Flow White Paper 

CF Template - Retail

CF Template - Manufacturing with Receivables

CF Template - Manufacturing (Open with Excel)

SCORE Workshop Poster 1st. Qtr. 2014

Taxes Summary for Small Businesses

Taxes Presentation on 3/13/2013

A two-sided flyer designed to instruct prospective clients how to sign up for counseling.  

Printed copies are available in the SCORE Office.

 

 

Ask SCORE 
          I’m in the process of establishing a graphic design/web development business. 
Should I form a corporation? 

 

CHOOSING YOUR BUSINESS ENTITY
By Attorney Ruth-Ellen Post


The four most common forms of business structure are:

  • LLC (Limited Liability Company)
  • CORPORATION (Conventional and Subchapter S)
  • PROPRIETORSHIP
  • PARTNERSHIP

The following outlines provide very general information on some of the main
similarities and differences among these business structures in six key areas:

About the Author

          This column is brought to you by the Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE, with 
nearly 70 current and former business executives available to provide free, confidential, 
one-on-one business mentoring and training workshops for area businesses. Call 603-666-7561 or visit merrimackvalley.score.org for information on mentoring, upcoming 
workshops and volunteer opportunities. SCORE is a national, non-profit organization 
and a resource partner of the U. S. Small Business Administration. 

 

aEONRG

Founded in 2013, aEONRG provides construction and renovation solutions, including LEED-certified government and corporate construction, renovations, environmental and renewable energy solutions, architectural and engineering services, project management and consulting.  Taking social responsibility seriously, aEONERG aims to provide one-stop-shopping general contracting solutions and to help reduce the country’s carbon footprint. 

After decades in the Army, from leading tank combat troops to managing procurement programs and working in the Pentagon for the Under Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, founder Bill Belknap became a corporate site general manager and facilities lead. But he says, his long standing goal was to become an entrepreneur. Belknap worked with SCORE counselor Frank Millheim while in the planning stages for his business.  “SCORE and specifically Frank Milheim actively listened to my start up business plan and goals, affirmed some of my directions and challenged me to focus more directly on specific groups of customers as well as services where I would have the most success.”

The company has 18 full- and part-time employees.  In 2013, aEONERG won 10 contracts – including one multi-year contract -- with revenues just shy of their $500,000 goal. For 2014, the company’s goal was to double its business with one million in contracts. In March it received its largest award ever and its 16th government contract, reaching $982,500 since becoming operational on May 1st 2013.  

The company is also dedicated to helping veterans, seniors, and the environment through its social responsibility program with a percentage of our profits.  The national nonprofit founded by Cass Belknap in 2003 www.TwilightWish.org, grants wishes to seniors, with one third of the 1,750+ wishes granted to veterans.

Owner/Founder
William Belknap
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