ASU-SBDC Online Library
A handbook specific to San Angelo to assist with gathering information, answering questions you have about the process of starting a business, assimilating all information regarding your business into a written business plan, and acting as a directory for following most of the steps you need to successfully start a business.
Designed specifically for doing business in San Angelo. Learn about the funding options that are available.
How much money will it take to open the doors of your business? Note however, that this is *not* necessarily the complete picture of how much money you will need to get your business off the ground.Please call for an appointment with an advisor for more information.
This Questionnaire will walk you through the narrative of a business plan. After answering all the questions you will be able to format the information into a finalized narrative for your plan.
This booklet is the cornerstone of our Business Plan class as well as our advising sessions regarding start up, expansion or purchase of an existing business.
Many people falsely believe that they can simply pay an employee like a contractor instead of an employee… but can you?
Why did the banker turn me down for a loan? Perhaps this will give you some insight into the thought process that goes into approving or disapproving a business loan.
Useful Links and Information
This is a great site to access and download a variety of business and personal tax forms.
A variety of SBA forms can be found at the SBA library. Please note that the SBA itself does not give loans. You must be working through a bank in order to qualify for SBA loans.
A collections of publications (printable PDFs, many free) that can be downloaded from the publications.USA.gov website. Topics for Small Businesses include: Advertising and Marketing; Business Finance; Hiring & Employee Relations; Patents & Copyrights; Scams; Security; Starting a Small Business; Workplace Health and Safety