Look at a book called the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance. This book is available at your local public library or the U.S. Government Printing Office www.gpo.gov. You can also search the contents of this book for free on the web at www.cfda.gov. You will find items which have a five digit number associated with them (such as 10.471) . These numbers refer to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance.
Also look for the state office of economic development located in your state capital. You can find them by dialing 411 and asking for your state capital operator or by going to the web at www.govengine.com and clicking on your state. Then start looking for websites on business or economic development. Every state offers a wealth of help and information on starting a business. Some offer job training funds, export assistance, technology resources, tourism promotion, industrial revenue bonds, revolving loan funds, and more. Most have a State Business Resource Guide to assist you in your search. Start looking at www.govengine.com
Income Eligibility: Varies by program and state; contact your local office to find out what their requirements are in your area.
The Matthew Lesko’s Club gives you access to resouces like this and helps you all the way with live libriarians, training videos and application help. All types of free money programs are covered, including help for government grants for starting a business .
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