Get the information you need to make smart decisions for your business.

Browse these tools and find resources to help you make decisions on starting or growing your enterprise. Your SCORE mentor can assist in putting your ideas into action.

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Kansas City SCORE Useful Small Business Websites

On this page you will find Resources and Partners that can help you with making decisions on you business. If you have any questions please call our offices at 816 235-6675. Read more

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Kansas City SCORE Local Resources

Starting a new business is a large undertaking. Fortunately, there are numerous excellent resources online and at your finger tips. Kansas City SCORE has compiled the following... Read more

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Missouri Business Registration Checklist

As you prepare to register your business, please use this checklist to ensure that you have the information needed to successfully complete your registration. Read more

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Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet template for the business plan. SCORE makes no guarantee for this spreadsheet. It is "as is". Read more

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Ineligible Borrowers

The vast majority of businesses are eligible for financial assistance from the SBA. However, applicant businesses must operate for profit; be engaged in, or propose to do business... Read more

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Working With Your Banker

Getting the loan depends primarily on three things. 1) Your loan application; 2) Your credit history; and 3) Your banker’s attitude about you. Read more

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Financial Statements

One statement cannot diagnose your company’s financial health. Put several statements together and you can make smart financial, investment and management decisions. Read more

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City, State and Federal Requirements

All operating businesses are subject to a number of tax obligations, permit and license requirements, zoning restrictions and other laws at the city, county, state and federal... Read more

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Your Place in the Marketplace

Today, smart, targeted, relentless marketing is often the difference between a business that has reached a plateau and one that has reached its potential. Savvy entrepreneurs who... Read more

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