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There are a number of available programs to assist startups, micro businesses, and underserved or disadvantaged groups. The following resources provide information to help specialized audiences start their own businesses.

 

Environmentally-Friendly "Green" Business

 

Home-Based Business

 

Online Business

 

Self Employment

 

Minority Owned Business

 

Veteran Owned Business

 

Woman Owned Business

 

 

Work At Home - The Stay At Home Business Plan by NDITC is the low cost - no inventory - no machines - no overhead Home Based small business solution for thousands of people across America.  The inkjet and laser toner printer copier and fax cartridge business is a Home Based Business Idea that creates home based cash income with little effort.  Stay At Home - Work At Home. Every NDITC client start for free and we mean 100% free with registration.  Earn hundreds a day part-time or thousands per week full-time.  Easy 1,2,3

Startup Resources NDITC available programs Work At Home Start A Home Based Business NDITC Plans Guides Manuals by NDITC startups, micro businesses, and underserved or disadvantaged groups. The following NDITC resources provide information to help specialized audiences and clients start their own businesses. Environmentally-Friendly "Green" Business,  Home-Based Business,  Online Business,  Self Employment,  Minority Owned Business, Veteran Owned Business, Woman Owned Business Work At Home - The Stay At Home Business Plan by NDITC is the low cost - no inventory - no machines - no overhead Home Based small business solution for thousands of people across America.  The inkjet and laser toner printer copier and fax cartridge business is a Home Based Business Idea that creates home based cash income with little effort.  Stay At Home - Work At Home. Every NDITC client start for free and we mean 100% free with registration.  Earn hundreds a day part-time or thousands per week full-time.  Easy 1,2,3

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10 Steps to Starting a Great Business

 Starting a business involves smart business planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of simple and at times free legal activities. These 10 easy steps can help you plan, prepare and manage your new home based business as NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company - Consulting Group has already done the majority of the hard and difficult work for you.  

 Step 1: Write a Business Plan

It takes a great deal of tools and resources to create a good, modern and sensible business plan and could several weeks to several months.  NDITC staff spend endless hours researching, testing and then sharing successful home based or commercial business plans with our clients.  In fact, all NDITC clients can start for free using NDITC Plan 1776, simply by registering.  This written guide or business plan will help you map out how you will start and run your business successfully and is truly the base or foundation of your business future.  It's your Map for Action.

 
Step 2: Get Business Assistance and Training

Everybody needs a helping hand.  Remember, thousands of great managers, executives, owners and supervisors have started businesses and have talents, skills and energy that could help you.  NDITC is a consulting company for small business owners that off you real Fortune 500 business planning and help at a tiny fraction of the market costs. Take advantage of free training and counseling services, from preparing a business plan and securing financing, to expanding or relocating a business using one of the many tested and trusted NDITC Plans. 

 
Step 3: Choose a Business Location

Get advice on how to select a customer-friendly location and comply with zoning laws sounds really simple but everything has changed.  NDITC helps you select a location on main street through Seminar training or show you the way to e-commerce internet selling which reduces your costs and increases your profits.  The many NDITC plans show and review the many choices you have.  

 
Step 4: Finance Your Business

The NDITC small business plans allow our clients the insider secrets of consumer financing and even cartridge factory financing.  You need a credit card to operate your business but you really need very little cash money. Finding government backed loans, venture capital and research grants to help you get started could take you several  months or years and you sure don't want to borrow a lot of money from friends and family.   NDITC gets you connected to the real cartridge factory that allows you to use the factory inventory without spending a penny.  

 

Step 5: Determine the Legal Structure of Your Business

Decide which form of ownership is best for you: sole proprietorship, partnership, Limited Liability Company (LLC), corporation, S corporation, nonprofit or cooperative, but take some advice.  If you start your business as a sole proprietorship you can save thousands of dollars and weeks-months of valuable time.  A sole proprietorship allows you to report your business income against your social security number just like you do today, thus avoiding very expensive lawyers, accountants and all the fees. 

 

Step 6: Register a Business Name ("Doing Business As")

Register your business name with your state government which is really about filling out an online form and then sending them a few dollars.  It tells the state and public that John Doe is doing business as John Doe Ink and Toner Company.   Learn which tax identification number you'll need to obtain from the IRS and your state revenue agency if you decided on partnerships, corporations etc.  Again, if you start as a proprietorship you can save money and time, still using a DBA name. 

 
Step 7: Register for State and Local Taxes

Register with your state to obtain a tax identification number, workers' compensation, unemployment and disability insurance if it may be required.  Using your social security number saves time and money.

 
Step 8: Obtain Business Licenses and Permits

Get a list of federal, state and local licenses and permits required for your business, but you may be surprised as a small business operating as a proprietorship as many places don't require a business license.  Simply call your local government and ask the question;  Do I need a business license for a small home business?

 

Step 9: Understand Employer Responsibilities

Learn the legal steps you need to take or hire employees as there are many laws and some of them are complex.  With the NDITC small business  inkjet and toner cartridge plans you really don't need expensive employeees. 

 
Step 10: Register Free for Assistance

You simply register with NDITC New Deal Ink and Toner Company - Consulting Group and get the free plan NDITC 1776.  

 

Startup Resources

There are a number of available programs to assist startups, micro businesses, and underserved or disadvantaged groups. 

 

Environmentally-Friendly "Green" Business

 

Home-Based Business

 

Online Business

 

Self Employment

 

Minority Owned Business

 

Veteran Owned Business

 

Woman Owned Business

 

 

Work At Home - The Stay At Home Business Plan by NDITC is the low cost - no inventory - no machines - no overhead Home Based small business solution for thousands of people across America.  The inkjet and laser toner printer copier and fax cartridge business is a Home Based Business Idea that creates home based cash income with little effort.  Stay At Home - Work At Home. Every NDITC client start for free and we mean 100% free with registration.  Earn hundreds a day part-time or thousands per week full-time.  Easy 1,2,3

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