Whether you are starting a new business, growing an existing business, or just need a blank 1040, you can find the information you need on the web. The links below will help you find the federal, state, or local form you need. They will also provide invaluable information about starting a business or building upon what you already have.

Internal Revenue Service: http://www.irs.gov

The IRS website is the perfect site to find forms, get answers to basic tax questions, and find information on starting a new business.

Missouri Department of Revenue: http://www.dor.mo.gov/

The Missouri Department of Revenue provides forms, small business information, links to other Missouri state sites, and online registration for new businesses.

Missouri Secretary of State: http://www.sos.mo.gov/

The Secretary of State keeps track of every corporation within Missouri. They also provide the forms for each corporation’s annual registration.

Illinois Department of Revenue: http://www.revenue.state.il.us

The Illinois Department of Revenue provides forms, links to other Illinois state sites, and tax filing online.

State of Missouri: http://www.state.mo.us/

The State of Missouri website provides useful addresses and phone numbers for companies doing business in Missouri. It is also a convenient way to contact your state senators, representatives, and Governor.

St. Louis, Missouri-Collector of Revenue: http://stlouis.missouri.org/citygov/collector

The Collector of Revenue’s website will provide St. Louis City forms for those businesses located within the city. They can also answer questions regarding businesses who wish to operate within the City of St. Louis.

Missouri Society of CPAs: http://www.mocpa.org/

The MSCPA is the professional association for CPAs in Missouri. To learn more about public accounting visit their website.

United States House of Representatives: http://www.house.gov/

If you would like to view recent House legislation or contact your representative, you can do so at the House of Representatives website.

United States Senate: http://www.senate.gov/

If you would like to view recent Senate legislation or contact your senator, you can do so at the U.S. Senate website.

National Association of Women Business Owners: http://www.nawbo.org/

For Women Business Enterprise (WBE) certification information and help for woman business owners, visit the NAWBO website.

St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association: http://www.econdev.stlrcga.org/

For information about doing business in the St. Louis area and networking opportunities contact the RCGA.

St. Louis County Economic Council: http://www.slcec.com

For information on Small Business Loans available and the St. Louis Enterprise Center small business incubators.

U.S. Small Business Administration – St. Louis: http://www.sba.gov For information on starting, growing, financing, and marketing your business. Also available, contracting opportunities for 8(a) disadvantaged businesses.