Financial and Entrepreneurship Resources
Practical Money Skills is a free online resource that covers general topics from Debt, Budgeting, and Banking to more specific topics concerning life events, such as saving for college, renting an apartment, and planning for retirement. This is a good resource for understanding the basics of personal finance.
Khan Academy is a completely free online school with videos. The Economics and Finance section provides a very good understanding of basic issues of personal finances and economics generally. You will learn about Debt, Interest, Banking, Investments, Insurance, Retirement, etc. all in very easy to watch 10 minute YouTube videos. Registration required.
Ignitespot – Accounting & Personal Finance Basics is another great website to find links to resources around the web for topics such as personal finance, accounting, small business accounting, becoming an accountant, and financial literacy for kids.
Annuity.org offers financial literacy resources on various topics including Budgeting, Real Estate, Business Finance, and Retirement.
OfficeDepot.com has free downloadable business forms in the following areas: Asset Protection, Business Finance, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Management, Firing and Termination, Government Contracting Forms, IRS Tax Forms, Marketing, Recruiting and Hiring, Starting Your Business, State Tax Forms, Worker Safety, Vehicles and Equipment.
U. S. Copyright office provides the ability to record, research and register a copyright.
Franchising.com offers comprehensive franchise information and resources. Choose from a directory of franchise business opportunities.
Business Know How is a resource for ideas and strategies for starting, running and growing your business.
Find Law’s Small Business Center provides information and resources for small business owners.
The National Indian Law Library (NILL) is a law library devoted to federal Indian and tribal law. NILL maintains a unique and valuable collection of Indian law resources and assists people with their Indian law-related research needs.
Credit Score and Credit Repair Resources
Credit.com offers a free program to guide you to repairing and improving your credit.
The Federal Trade Commission website has information to improve your credit yourself as well as how to avoid fraudulent “credit repair” services.
MyFICO.com is another resource for understanding your credit score.