1. Accounting Terminology Guide: The guide will help you learn about accounting terms.

2. AccountingWEB: The site offers accounting industry news, information, tips, tools, resources and insight.

3. American Association of Franchisees and Dealers

4. Backpack: A web-based service that organize your company’s information with an ease.

5. Better Business Bureau: Browse or search for a business or charity’s reputation.

6. BizBuySell: The site will help you buy a franchise.

7. Bizwomen: An online community for women business executives and entrepreneurs to connect.

8. Business Owner’s Tool Kit: The tool kit offers 5,000+ pages of free tips on cost-cutting, step-by-step checklists, case studies, startup advice, and business templates to help small-business owners and entrepreneurs.

9. offers global perspective on brands and the art of branding.

10. Chief Marketer: Chief Marketer offers marketing executives with insights into key marketing issues.

11. CPAdirectory: CPAdirectory is the largest online database of Certified Public Accountants.

12. Direct Marketing Association: The Direct Marketing Association is the largest trade association for businesses.

13. Electronic Frontier Foundation: Intellectual Property

14. Federal Trade Commission: Franchise and Business Opportunities: The site offers Guide to the FTC Franchise Rule, consumer alerts, Before You Buy pamphlets, and state disclosure requirements.

15. The site offers available franchise opportunities.

16. Franchise Expo: The site offers detailed information on nearly every franchising opportunity known.

17. FreshBooks: FreshBooks is an online invoicing and time-tracking service.

18. Fundability: A marketplace where entrepreneurs and investors meet.

19. Google Checkout: Online payment system by Google.

20. Google Docs: Google Docs allow you to share and collaborate online.

21. Hoover’s: Hoover’s offers you up-to-date information about industries, companies and key decision makers.

22. I2Mag (Business): A well versed publications which offers tips on business along with other things.

23. Internal Revenue Service: The place where business owners can get all of their federal and business tax information.

24. LinkedIn Jobs

25. Microsoft Small Business Center

26. Mint: Mint helps entrepreneurs with personal finances, money management and budget planning.

27. National Association for the Self-Employed

28. National Association of Women Business Owners

29. U.S. Chamber of Commerce

30. U.S. Copyright Office

31. U.S. Department of Labor: Office of Small Business Programs

32. U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

33. NextBigProduct: A website which offers reviews as well as ideas about different businesses over the web.

34. PayPal: PayPal allows web sites to receive and send money electronically.

35. Salesforce offers online solutions for sales, service, marketing, and call center operations.

36. Small Business Administration: SBA helps you learn how to start your own business and finance it.

37. Survey Monkey: Create and publish custom online surveys to gather data you can use.

38. offers extensive list of free business, computer, and engineering trade newsletters and magazines which you can subscribe to for free.


39. Yelp: Yelp works as yellow pages for businesses where one can list their business as well as people will review businesses too.

40. Zoho: Zoho offers a suite of office productivity tools online, including a word processor, spreadsheet program, invoicing tool, presentation creator, web-conferencing functions and calendar organizers.