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Tools to Help You Get Your "Ducks in a Row" - Iowa Small Business

Regulatory

Complying with regulations is often considered one of the necessary evils of small business ownership, and recognizing which regulations apply to your business can be a hurdle to jump. Even the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) agrees that some regulations should be modified or repealed and is now seeking input from business owners on what is obsolete, unnecessary or burdensome (read on for more information on how you can share thoughts). Until that voice is heard, turn to IASourceLink for help!

Cyber Secure Your Business

cyberattack

Do you think your company is too small to be a victim of a cyberattack? Think again. Statistics show that 43% of cyberattacks target small businesses and 60% of those go out of business after an attack. Still, few small business owners consider cyberattacks a threat. To address this, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) is hosting a free workshop on September 18th designed to help businesses learn to be safer and more secure online.

Resource Provider Highlight: Iowa Secretary of State

The Iowa Secretary of State is Iowa’s business portal. Since most businesses, apart from sole proprietors, must register with Secretary of State Paul Pate’s office (SOS), visits to the SOS website for organizations new to the state are ensured.

              
             

 

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