Grant Secrets for Business

Micro Finance Resource for South Africa Business Funds

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Students Across the United States to Receive Grants

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High Hopes for Government Grants to Revive Detroit

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State Government Grants for Australian Small Businesses

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State Government Grants for Australian Small Business

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Microfinance for the Entrepreneur

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Government Grants for Jobs in Rural America

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Grants for Businesses Relocating to Northamptonshire

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Canadian Small Business Grants for Hiring Recent IT / Web / Graphic Design Graduates

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A – Z of Australia Business Tips

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Organic Farming Grants for Women

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Grant Funding Helps Nevada Businesses

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Australian Government Grants Pay Workers to Relocate

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UK Government Funds Elite Cyber Security Warriors

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UK Contractors: Are You Missing Out on Government Grants?

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Are You at Risk for a Tax Audit?

If you’re an American who pays taxes, at tax time and throughout the year, you need to be aware of what may trigger audits from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). First, though, be aware that in general, your chances of being audited are only about 1.5% if you’re just an average taxpayer. There are, however, some so-called “red flags” that may increase the odds that you’ll be picked for an audit.

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Your Work Might Speak for Itself, but Is Anyone Listening?

We all go into business to be successful. We imagine that we’ll start humbly, then as word gets out about what a great product or service we have, then we’ll have lots of customer. Then, often with the help of government business grants, we’ll expand and maybe even franchise our wildly popular business. Even for the most practical and pragmatic entrepreneurs, it’s easy to let these

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Will my business idea be successful?

While there are no guarantees any startup business will be successful, a good first step to determine if an idea makes sense before proceeding with an investment of time and resources is to do a venture feasibility study.

Success-FailureA venture feasibility study analyzes an idea from several perspectives: market opportunity, competition, resources available, resource gaps, financial viability, operational issues, intellectual property rights, development timeline, and technology needs. Are there enough customers willing to buy your products, often enough, at a profitable price that your business can pay all expenses and provide a decent living wage to owners? If not, the business idea is not feasible.

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Government Grants for Farming

You may have heard of agricultural government grants and figured that they are for the giant conglomerates and huge corporate farms. This is true in some cases, but sometimes there are also government grants for beginning farmers or for small farms to expand. This type of government grant is often available because it (like veterans’ benefits) is something that the lawmakers do not want to defund, due to public sentiment

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Options for a Second Career

There may come a time in your life when you find that it’s necessary or desirable to train for a second career, so it’s good to know that there are often government grants that will help you learn a new trade. In past times, workers typically stayed in their chosen career from the time after school, until retirement. In our changing economy, though, that’s becoming less common.

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LendEDU Guide: Personal Business Loans—How to Get One

When starting a business, it can feel like there are a million things to do. Most business owners are focused on the product or service they are providing to the world, but there are financial concerns around almost every corner. One of the most crucial aspects of running a business is having access to affordable financing. In some cases, it may make sense to turn to personal business loans. This handy guide will help you secure the funding that your business needs.

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Get Paid to Relocate Your Australian Business

Do you want to take your business to where the high demand and eager customers are? Or maybe you’d just like to change the view from your office window? There may be funding from the Australia government to help you do this. It can be in the form of business grants, tax incentives, hiring credits, training grants, and much more.

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Now is a good time to take stock of your small-business finances and grants to plan for the upcoming year

Now is a good time to take stock of your small-business finances and plan for the upcoming year. Making time to review your business’s financial health and update business plans will help you be better prepared for success in the coming year. Here are six tips to help you get started.

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The World is Your Marketplace: Government Grants for Exporting

One of the keys to succeeding in business is scaling your product or service optimally and tapping into new potential markets. Even if what you are selling is a niche offering (of potential appeal to just a particular segment of the market), this niche may exist outside of your own country. For example, if your primary product is sails for sailboats, that’s a select group

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I Love New York… for Business Grants and Subsidies

I Love New York for Business Grants and SubsidiesNew Yorkers often gripe about the cost of doing business in the state. Not to take away from the pastime of complaining, but when it comes to government grants and subsidies, there are a lot of tax dollars flowing to businesses in the Empire State.

Data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, a unit of the Department of Commerce that also calculates gross domestic product data, shows that businesses in New York receive the second-largest amount of government subsidies in the country.

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One-time Grants and Renewable Grants

Congratulations–you got a grant! Now is it a one-time grant, or is it renewable? And if it’s renewable, what do you have to do to receive the next round of funding? Each allotment of grant money has its own set of conditions. One of these addresses what happens when the funding period has elapsed. One of the possibilities is that it may be one-time funding, and that you aren’t eligible to reapply in future funding cycles.

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New Business Grants in Canada

New business grants are provided for the purpose of helping a start-up enterprise in Canada. Often, the funding is provided in addition to the entrepreneur’s own funds and may be referred to as a “non-repayable contribution”.
The level of help offered to budding entrepreneurs can vary according to location and circumstances, and the assistance can be in a variety of forms.

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Grant Funding Helps Nevada Businesses

us moneyGrant funding has made it easier to fund your Nevada business. The Nevada Microenterprise Initiative (NMI), in partnership with its parent non-profit lender the Valley Economic Development Center Inc. (VEDC), has added $2 million to support its small-business loan program statewide.

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Fast, Easy Business Loans for Online Sellers

Sometimes your business needs quick money to start, expand, acquire inventory, or take advantage of a golden opportunity. If you’re a small online retailer, though, banks sometimes are not as inclined to work with you, and their decision-making can be slow. In addition, although government grants for small business can be a good way to get funding, sometimes you may need money right now.

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Should You Include Politics in Your Government Grant Proposals?

I get a lot of questions about government grant proposals, and I’ve reviewed a fair number of them. I’ve seen some instances where people want to make a grand political statement as part of their government grant request or making the basis of their funding request kind of a pushback against some public policy that they don’t agree with.

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Comparitech Guide: Disaster Recovery

This guide provides detailed insights and resources on the following topics and more:

• Cyberattacks
• Business continuity
• Making a disaster recovery plan
• Determining your greatest risk potential
• Additional steps to take to protect your business

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It Pays Not to Be Trashy

In the United States, ever since the 1970s, there has been an effort to increase environmental awareness. Back then, it was called “the ecology movement.” Today, you’ll more often hear reminders to “reduce, reuse, and recycle.” Over the years, it has become more and more mainstream. Thanks to federal government grants, local and state governments and various organizations and foundations have programs and campaigns in place to advocate recycling and make it easier to do.

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Free Canadian Grants for Small Businesses in ADP®

adp-logoADP Canada announced that its popular Small Business Grant contest has returned for a third year, with six $10,000 grants available to small businesses in Canada. The contest has been extended this year to companies with up to 99 employees, and winning companies will also receive up to $3,500 in waived payroll services for one year.

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