South Carolina Business One Stop or SCBOS is the official South Carolina business web portal providing a central location where business owners can obtain licenses, permits, and all other necessary registrations. It enables anyone with an existing business or anyone starting a new business to file permits, licenses, registrations, or pay taxes. From the convenience of your computer at anytime, 24 hours a day – 7 days a week, you can take care of your important state filings, and pay for multiple filings and/or taxes with one credit, debit, or EFW payment. Each section on SCBOS is designed to support all phases of business life cycle from start-up through expansion. You will find FAQs, custom tutorials, checklists, and other information to help you.
BusinessInsurance offers an informative guide to small business with information and topics to include: Managing People, Legal Resources, Managing Time, Accounting, Marketing Resources, Finding Grants, and much, much more.
Business Resource Center
This Business Resource Center offers tips and business solutions from one of the world's leading banks. Specializing in marketing and finances, this tutorial supplements basic information and know-how with case studies, related articles, questionnaires and worksheets.
Starting a Business: A 16 Session Course
From deciding what kind of business you should start to dealing with expansion and management problems, this 16 session course helps you at whatever point you may be in starting and running your own business. The course covers the 16 important topics for anyone starting a business. Most people fail in business because they make avoidable mistakes. The course teaches you what those mistakes are and how to avoid them. An excellent resource for entrepreneurs, My Own Business, provides program outlines, supplementary sound bites from real business owners and printable business plans and downloadable templates.
IRS Online Small Business Tax Course
Direct from the source, this business tutorial addresses common questions and concerns that the IRS receives from small business owners. IRS spokespersons walk through complicated tax forms and decisions employers must make such as filing workers as employees or independent contractors. The nearly two hours of presentations culminate in directing you to dozens of helpful publications available on their website for your review.
These tutorials are focused on helping you understand the internet, telling you why the internet is important to your business and showing you strategic tools and resources for enhancing your business. Geared to help you boost your bottom line business, this site offers an hour of tutorials, broken down into five focused presentations.