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Get Help Complying with Regulations

  • Contacts at Federal Agencies

    E-mail or call a federal agency with a question about how to comply with federal regulations.

  • State Compliance Resources

    Links to state laws and regulation compliance information for all 50 states.

  • Local Contacts for Federal Programs

    Directory of contacts for federal programs in local areas throughout the United States. Many of these contacts provide in-person consulting and training services that help small businesses comply with federal regulations.

File a Complaint - Unfair Regulatory Enforcement

  • Is the Government Regulating Your Unfairly? Contact Your Ombudsman

    This article describes the role of an Ombudsman, and how s/he can help small businesses that are experiencing unfair or excessive regulatory enforcement actions. Includes a list of Federal and State Ombudsman contacts.

  • Small Business National Ombudsman

    The National Ombudsman assists small businesses when they experience excessive or unfair federal regulatory enforcement actions, such as repetitive audits or investigations, excessive fines, penalties, threats, retaliation or other unfair enforcement action by a federal agency.

Get In-Person Help with General Business Issues

  • Small Business Answer Desk

    A national toll-free telephone service operated by the U.S. Small Business Administration that provides information to the public on small business problems and concerns.

  • SBA District Offices

    Local SBA offices provide counseling, training and business development specialists offering free and low-cost services in your area.

  • Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Locator

    Contact your local SBDC to get free information on starting, running, and managing a business in your area.

  • SCORE - Local Offices

    Find your local SCORE office to obtain free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs.

  • Minority Business Development Centers

    Local and regional programs assisting minority-owned enterprises with start-up advice, business planing, and financial assistance.

  • Women's Business Centers

    Listing of more than 100 educational resource centers in the U.S. designed to assist women start and grow small businesses.

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