As a small business owner, you’re always on the look-out for products and services that make your life easier—and your business more effective. So are we, after all, we basically run a small business too (even though we’re a tiny part of a much larger operation).
We’ve posted about the variety of free business forms we have available at Logomaker before (see here: Free Business Forms for You… for example). These forms can be customized with your logo to help re-enforce your brand with your customers and suppliers.
But our free business forms page isn’t the only resource with a collection of useful forms. Business Insider keeps a drawer-full of helpful documents in their Start-up Document Center. Check it out for sample forms, by-laws, business plan templates, and more.
Inc. Magazine maintains a business tools page with business forms, sample job descriptions, business plan templates and more. It’s an excellent collection worth checking out.
Entrepreneur Magazine also maintains a collection of useful business forms, partnership agreements, terms and conditions, P&L templates, and more. You can find those on their Free Business Forms page.
Another great resource for business forms is the Small Business Administration, the government agency tasked with helping small businesses succeed. Their forms page has hundreds of helpful documents, but you’ll have to search through the stack to find the ones most useful to you. Click this link to visit the SBA Document page.
Need tax documents? The IRS maintains a page with all of the forms you need for your federal taxes (state tax forms can be found at your state’s website). Click this link for the IRS’ small business document page. Then check with your accountant or tax advisor to make sure you’ve got the forms you need.
With these resources, finding a document or sample agreement that you need is almost as easy as creating a logo with our online logo design tool. If you haven’t already, try that too!