Vermont provides entrepreneurs with a To Do List for starting a business. The list includes registering your business, permits and licensing, hiring employees, tax forms, etc. There are also tips about how to write a business plan and resources you can take advantage of when getting your business up and running.
The Vermont Small Business Development includes a needs assessment survey so that their counselors will know what items to concentrate on when you schedule your counseling appointment. The Business Owners Toolkit includes templates for business documents and financial spreadsheets, checklists and various government forms. The VTSBDC also includes free counseling, low-cost training events, and resources to help you when opening your Liberty office.
Below are more links that will assist you in navigating through Vermont’s business resources and regulations.
State Website: http://www.vermont.gov/
Business Resources: http://www.vermont.gov/portal/business/
Chamber of Commerce: http://www.vtchamber.com/
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