Starting a business, relocating or expanding, licensing, and doing business with VA are all services that local businesses in Central Virginia offer. Chesterfield Economic Development is committed to helping small, entrepreneurial, and minority businesses become successful members of the business community. Money and finance are important aspects of any business. You can find books on money for small businesses in section 658.15224 of PWPL.
Contact any full-service library for assistance. Additionally, you can find loans backed by the U. S. Government, Department of State, and other funding options in the USA.gov.
Business plans can be found in section 658.4012 of PWPL, and marketing books can be found in the 658.83 area of PWPL. The Virginia Department of Small Business and Provider Diversity (SBSD) is dedicated to providing education and assistance, economic opportunities, and access to capital to generate employment and economic growth for small businesses. Most businesses located in Chesterfield County are subject to the Chesterfield County business license tax. Chesterfield County is a thriving suburban community located in the Richmond, Virginia metropolitan area with a competitive business tax environment and a government committed to economic development.
Virginia-based businesses that are ready to grow can find funding sources, hire skilled and productive employees, and suitable locations through the Virginia Economic Development Association (VEDP). An example of a business plan can be found in Gale Legal Forms, and more information about business plans can be found in Linkedin Learning and Universal Class. If you're just getting started with your business, you can find books on how to start a business in sections 658.022 or 346.730652 of PWPL. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of each business structure before deciding which one is the most suitable for your company's needs and objectives.
Visit the Virginia Business One Stop website for an overview of how to begin your business journey. The Virginia Department of Taxation provides information about different business taxes, tax forms, available online services, e-alerts, and more. Small business statistics and data from the Small Business Administration can also be accessed online. The Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) is the authority for information about your roles and responsibilities as an employer in Virginia.