Business and Personal Finance Links
- Yahoo Finance – At Yahoo! Finance, you get free stock quotes, up to date news, portfolio management resources, international market data, message boards, and mortgage rates, in addition to other valuable financial information.
- MSN Money – MSN Money is the comprehensive source for your money and personal finance needs. Read business news, get stock quotes, and research investments.
- Bloomberg– Bloomberg is among the top five most-trafficked financial sites on the Web. It is regarded as a premier site for news and financial information.
- The Motley Fool– The Motley Fool provides financial solutions for investors of every kind. Their products and services are designed to help people take control of their financial lives.
- QuickBooks– Business accounting software to help you save time and make money. Rated the #1 small business accounting software.
- Internal Revenue Service – The US government agency responsible for tax collection and tax law enforcement. Includes income tax forms, instructions, and agency publications.
- SBA.gov – The Small Business Planner includes information and resources that will help you at any stage of the business lifecycle.
- Colorado Secretary of the State-Search business entities– Information on conducting elections and overseeing campaigns, licensing for various events and a business information center.
- Colorado State Government– Colorado’s official state site. Links to offices in all branches of government
- Colorado Department of Revenue– State tax information and assistance including forms, current tax rates, statutes, sales tax licensing, and related statistics and reports.
- City of Denver– Government information and news for the city and county of Denver. Includes elected officials, safety, emergency preparedness, neighborhoods, employment, and information for small businesses.
- US Department of Labor– The Department of Labor fosters and promotes the welfare of the job seekers, wage earners, and retirees of the United States by improving working conditions, advancing opportunities for profitable employment, protecting retirement and health care benefits, helping employers find workers, strengthening free collective bargaining, and tracking changes in employment, prices, and other national economic measurements.