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Thinking of starting a startup then you need to know where to find help.  Many small business owners overlook one of their best resources when they are looking to start their startup.  

The Small Business Administration provides valuable resources to small businesses including small education, technical assistance, training, and business financing.

Starting a Start up - Where to find help with Education
Your local Small Business Administration offers classes on how to start a business, business accounting, managing a business and more.  When starting a start up, The Small Business Administration has many free and low cost education resources available.

Starting a Start up - where to find help with Training
The Small Business Administration Helps businesses start, grow and compete in global markets by providing quality training, counseling and access to resources. These services are free and low cost.  This support is delivered through a variety of programs including Small Business Development Centers, Women’s Business Ownership, Entrepreneurship Education, SCORE, Native American Affairs and the Small Business Training Network.

Starting a Start up - Where to find help with Business Financing
All businesses require some sort of funding to get started and prosper.  SBA's provide loan programs and other options for financing.  These options include Venture Capital through private parties, Surety Bonds and Export Financing.

When you are thinking of starting a business, The small Business Administration is where you need to find help.

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