How to Start a Business in Maryland
Jere L. Calmes
Entrepreneur Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
"How to Start a Business in Maryland "is your roadmap to avoid planning, legal and financial pitfalls and direct you through the bureaucratic red tape that often entangles fledgling entrepreneurs. This all-in-one resource goes a step beyond other business how-to books to give you a jump-start on planning for your business and provides you with: . . . Quick reference to the most current mailing and Internet addresses and telephone numbers for federal, state, local and private agencies that will help get your business up and running. State population statistics, income and consumption rates, major industry trends and overall business incentives to give you a better picture of doing business in Maryland . Checklists, sample forms and a complete sample business plan to assist you with numerous startup details. State-specific information on issues like choosing a legal form, selecting a business name, obtaining licenses and permits, registering to pay for taxes and knowing your employer responsibilities. Federal and state options for financing your new venture. . .
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