Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Programs

SBA.gov SBA programs feature customized curriculums, in-person classes, and online courses to give veterans the training to succeed. These programs teach the fundamentals of business ownership, SBA resources, and small business experts. Boots to Business: An entrepreneurial program offered on military installations around the world and a training track of the Department of Defense (DOD) Transition

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Compare Business Structures

SBA.gov Compare the general traits of these business structures, but remember that ownership rules, liability, taxes, and filing requirements for each business structure can vary by state. Business structure Ownership Liability Taxes Sole proprietorship One person Unlimited personal liability Personal tax only Partnerships Two or more people Unlimited personal liability unless structured as a limited partnership

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Drafting Confidentiality Agreements: What You Need to Know

By upcounsel Drafting confidentiality agreements (also known as non-disclosure agreements) needs to be done properly to ensure they can be legally upheld.3 min read Drafting confidentiality agreements (also known as non-disclosure agreements or secrecy agreements) needs to be done properly to ensure they can be legally upheld. When drafted correctly and entered into with the

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Franchising Your Business

SBA.GOV Franchising There are two primary ways you could expand your business with franchising. The first is to buy a franchise, which is similar to buying an existing business. This option tends to cost more upfront, but can be less risky than trying to start from scratch. The second way is to build your own franchise.

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Office of Veterans Business Development (OVBD)

SBA.GOV Devoted exclusively to promoting veteran entrepreneurship, the OVBD facilitates the use of all SBA programs by veterans, service-disabled veterans, reservists, active-duty service members, transitioning service members, and their dependents or survivors. SBA programs provide access to capital and preparation for small business opportunities. They can also connect veteran small business owners with federal procurement

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