Thank you to Solange Pimentel and Tilesha McCall from the Division of Taxation, Taxation University for their very informative presentation on how to register a business and report business income in New Jersey.
Starting a new business can be an overwhelming undertaking. However, during this presentation Solange broke business registration into three manageable steps specific to the different types of business structures. Tilesha continued the presentation by clearly defining the steps a business owner needs to take in order to report their income in New Jersey. Focusing on the specific business goals of the attendees, both presenters emphasized the pros and cons of each type business structure.
Also discussed were organizations where individuals can get further business guidance and mentorship. These include:
SCORE – Service Corps of Retired Executives – https://www.score.org/
SBDC – Small Business Development Center (NJ) – https://njsbdc.com/
SBA – Small Business Administration – https://www.sba.gov/
For more information and resources about starting a business, see the NJ State Library’s Small Business & Entrepreneurship Research Guide:
If you were unable to attend the program today, Taxation University offers this and other classes in libraries across NJ. For their upcoming schedule, see the link below.
For business related information and research assistance, please contact the NJ State Library Reference Services.
Leigh Clark, Business & Funding Information Librarian – Lclark@njstatelib.org or 609-278-2640