From an eSource I follow on small business:
For the first time, businesses can find compliance information from across the U.S. government on one Web site, www.business.gov
Business.gov, the official business link to the U.S. government, publicly re-launched this month to focus on compliance information, federal forms and government compliance contacts. The objective is to save businesses both time and money in locating information on tax, labor, environmental, immigration and other regulations.
Businesses can quickly search on Business.gov for compliance information by topic and industry and for federal forms from all major U.S. federal agencies regulating or serving businesses. State and municipal compliance information is also being phased into the site. Business.gov is managed by the U.S. Small Business Administration in a partnership with 21 federal agencies and is part of the President`s Management Agenda.
The National Federation of Independent Business praised the new site, noting that regulatory costs per employee are highest for small firms even though it is small firms that have the least amount of time and resources to dedicate to regulatory compliance.
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