SCORE is your destination for free business templates, e-guides, checklists, blogs, infographics, videos, tools and other helpful resources to help you start and grow your small business.

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The Nav PPP Loan Calculator

The Nav CARES Act Calculator helps business owners estimate their potential PPP loan amount so they can apply with confidence. Read more

SBA Funding Updates

Bookmark this page to view the latest news on SBA loans, grants, and other funding opportunities. Read more

Grow With Google Digital Readiness Series

SCORE is proud to announce a partnership with Grow with Google and the International Downtown Association (IDA) to launch a four-part free digital readiness series designed to... Read more

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State of New Mexico COVID-19 Small Business Resources

Review a large list of State of New Mexico COVID-19 Small Business Resources complied by the Santa Fe Business Incubator. Read more

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Why Do You Want to Start Your Own Business

December 12, 2016

How many times have you thought, “Gee, I should just start my own business”?

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How to Register for Government Contracting

Here is a basic introduction to the steps necessary to get your business ready for government contracting. Read more

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How to Choose a Payroll Company

April 16, 2021,

Hiring a payroll company can save companies time and money. This article will define three factors to consider before engaging a payroll partner.

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Volunteering: Helping Us All Move Forward

Volunteering has a positive impact on the U.S. economy as a whole and small business recovery. See the rewards that you can receive from volunteering according to statistics... Read more

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The Changing Workplace

April 13, 2021,

Examine five trends that are changing the workplace small business owners should be aware of.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Mentor, DeLisa Clift

April 12, 2021,

DeLisa is a mentor at the SCORE Savannah Chapter. She works with small business owners and entrepreneurs to build and grow their small businesses by drawing on her own experience.

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