Entrepreneurs are the innovators who will create and build the next great American companies and organizations. Their work and ideas are critical to strengthening our nation’s fiscal health and increasing our competitive advantage in the global economy, now and well into the future.
The Kogod Tax Center examines how tax laws and regulations affect innovation and the desired goals of creating more jobs and making the U.S. more competitive—and how tax policy can help encourage the growth and sustainability of new, innovative organizations.
Business.gov: Managed by the Small Business Administration and 21 other federal agencies, Business.gov is the U.S. Government's official website for small businesses. Business.gov provides small business owners with information and resources they need to comply with laws and regulations, and to take advantage of government programs and services to help them start, expand and run their businesses.
Startup America Partnership: The Startup America Partnership is an alliance of entrepreneurs, corporations, foundations, and other private sector leaders working to dramatically increase the prevalence and success of high-growth enterprises in the U.S. The Partnership is the private sector's response to President Obama's Startup America campaign, which was launched at the White House on January 31, 2011, to celebrate, inspire, and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the nation.
Entrepreneurship.org: Entrepreneurship.org is an online community designed to build entrepreneurial economies as well as serve as a resource for entrepreneurs, policy makers, investors, mentors, researchers and academics around the world.
Score.org – Counselors to America’s Small Business : Score.org is the primary resource partner of the Small Business Administration’s Office of Entrepreneurship Education. The site provides business advice, tools and resources for entrepreneurs.