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Simple Steps for Starting or Growing Your Business Workbooks Learn the fundamentals of starting or growing a business with our free Simple Steps workbooks. View
Rules of Engagement When considering doing business overseas, it isn’t enough to just perform country and market research. To effectively explore a country for possible business opportunities, you have to take a scouting trip. It should be a well-planned, one-to-two week affair designed to introduce your... View
How to Create a Comprehensive Business Plan Use this guide to create a thorough and exhaustive business plan for your business. View
Starting a Small Business Use this guide from SCORE Lancaster to plan for your new small business. View
Simplified Business Plan Outline Use this outline from SCORE Ohio to create your business plan. View
The Secret Ingredient to Business Success Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, reveals the secret to making your small business or business idea a success. View
What I’ve Learned About Pricing Part of pricing is trial and error. As your business grows, learn from your experiences and discover what works and what doesn't. Entrepreneur and small business expert Rieva Lesonsky shares three things she's learned about pricing. View
What Will It Cost To Start My Business? Startup Expenses Template Nearly everyone who has ever started a business has underestimated the costs, and then faced the danger of running with inadequate capital reserves. The key to avoiding this pitfall is to adopt a rigorous approach to your research and planning. This startup expenses worksheet will lead you... View
Foreign Nonprofits: Doing Business Out of State If your nonprofit corporation is preparing to do business in a new state, you’ll need to register your nonprofit organization as a foreign entity in every state in which you want to solicit donations or sell products and services. The act of registering your nonprofit to do business out-of-... View
What is the Difference between a Nonprofit Organization and a Charity? While all charities are nonprofits, not all nonprofits are charities.  View