Finance and Small Business
Supporting local business is at the core of what a lot of Vermonters value and is part of what makes Vermont so special. If you are looking to join the small business community by starting your own business, or are just curious about the small business world in general, we have some great resources to help you read up on the topic. If you need to explore issues with your current financial matters, including taxes and retirement, you can get help no matter where you're starting from. Check out these links below to get started.
Small Business Resources
Use your library card to access these resources from the Vermont Online Library.
Mercy Connections is an educational, values-driven nonprofit organization living the legacy of the Sisters of Mercy with an enduring concern for women. By compassionately nurturing self-sufficiency through education, mentoring, entrepreneurship and community, people are empowered to make significant life changes.
South Burlington Business Association
SBBA is focused on strengthening business in South Burlington.
Vermont Small Business Development Center
VtSBDC provides no-cost professional expertise and guidance to business owners.
SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, with more than 10,000 volunteers in 300 chapters.
Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement
WISER creates a variety of consumer publications including fact sheets, booklets and a newsletter that explain in easy-to-understand language the complex issues surrounding Social Security, pensions and retirement plans, savings and investments, care giving, divorce and widowhood, health and long-term care, and financial elder abuse.
Vermont Tax Forms
Vermont tax forms are only available online from this site.
Federal Tax Forms
From now on, everyone must file using Form 1040. Each January, the library gets some forms and instructions to distribute, but you can also find them here, along with other tax forms and publications.