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Dec282016

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This year, MBDA reached new milestones creating along the way important initiatives and programs that supported the continued growth of minority business enterprises (MBEs) within an innovation-driven economy. Please review several milestones that MBDA marked in 2016: MBDA Invested $13.9 Million to Assist Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) with Growing their Companies 

Dec162016

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This tax season, kick start your savings with myRA, a starter retirement savings account created by the U.S. Department of the Treasury that’s designed especially for those who don’t have access to retirement savings plans at work. Simply open a myRA account and direct all or part of your tax refund to it. It’s a smart, easy way to put this one-time payment to work for your future.

Dec142016

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Are you interested in starting a business? Creating a business plan is one of the most important steps you will take because the plan serves as your road map for the early years of your business. The business plan generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company intends to take to reach its yearly milestones, including revenue projections.

Dec072016

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They’re the backbone of the U.S. economy and an elite group of risk takers, innovators, and job creators. Entrepreneurs are the key drivers of the U.S. economy, particularly minority business enterprises (MBEs).  According to the U.S. Census Survey of Business Owners, there are 8 million MBEs in the U.S. who generate total gross revenues exceeding $1.4 trillion.

Dec072016

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As tax filing season approaches, the Internal Revenue Service wants taxpayers who are self-employed or involved in the sharing economy to know about free resources that are available to help them with their taxes. Sole proprietors and independent contractors can get helpful information from the IRS Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center.

Dec062016

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U.S. Federal Government contracts represent a tremendous sales and revenue opportunity for small businesses. Here are five steps to get started as a contractor: Qualifying as a Small Business You may take it for granted that your company is a "small business". The distinction is important if you wish to register for government contracting as a small business. Determine Your NAICS Code

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