Starting Your Own Business In Maryland -
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Congratulations on starting your own business. It takes a lot of hard work, energy, and courage and the Chamber would like to help you on your way.
- Develop your Marketing Plan
- Attend Training on Business Development
- Determine How To Do Business with the Government
IRS Resources for Small Business Owners
Small business owners, especially new sole proprietors, can find a wealth of information covering their federal tax responsibilities on www.IRS.gov.
The SB/SE Tax Center is the “Go To” IRS.gov page for everything small business.
Online at IRS.gov:
This page includes links to basic federal tax information for people starting a business, as well as information to assist in making basic business decisions. Links include:
Industries/Professions – Info on specific industries
State Links – State websites with info on doing business in that state
Operating a Business This page includes links to an extensive set of subpages on many topics including, but not limited to:
The IRS Video Portal at www.irsvideos.gov is an online learning site for taxpayers. Small business owners should choose the Small Businesses tab, select a topic (e.g. “Starting a Business” or “Business Income”) and then select any video. Small Business Owners should check out the Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop, an informative recorded seminar composed of nine interactive lessons designed to help new small business owners learn their tax rights and responsibilities.
YouTube: Find out what tax credits, deductions and law changes may affect your small business.
Subscribe to e-News for Small Business: e-News for Small Businesses is a free electronic mail service designed to provide tax information for small business owners and self-employed individuals.
Get the latest news and information from the IRS on:
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