Suffolk County Government
  • Necessary requirements:
  • Six-month proof of residency
  • Original discharge or DD214
  • Businesses Requiring Municipal Licenses Village licenses: There are 30 incorporated villages in Suffolk County. According to state law, each may require a permit. Contact the village clerk in each village in which you will be conducting business to determine if a permit is required. Town licenses: According to state law, each township may require permits. To determine if a permit is required, contact the town clerk of each town in which you will be conducting business.
Sales Tax: http://www.tax.ny.gov/
State Taxes:http://www.tax.ny.gov/
Federal Taxes:http://www.irs.gov
State Taxes:https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/selling-your-property
WomensNet
WomensNet launched the Amber Grant in 1998 to honor the memory of an ambitious young woman who died at the age of 19, before she could realize her entrepreneurial aspirations. Today, these grants help women like you fulfill the dreams that Amber could not. Requirement: Women
LI Small Business Assistance Corp
Long Island Development Corporation (LIDC) is part of a 501C3 not-for-profit economic development family providing a variety of low cost loan programs and free technical assistance to help businesses and not-for-profit organizations in New York, concentrating on Long Island. LIDC, serving the community for 36 years, has made over $750 million in direct loans, leveraged an additional $2.5 billion in private capital for projects, helped entrepreneurs obtain over $1.7 billion in government contracts, and created/retained over 45,000 jobs for our economy. Requirement:  Less than 100 employees