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Central Maine Community College provides customized industry leading training programs to business, government, nonprofit and other organizations. CMCC offers non-credit and continuing education classes, professional development, and certification programs on a wide range of topics and subject matter. To learn more, Contact Nancy Bradbury at 1-800-891-2002, Ext. 280 or



SCORE of Oxford Hills
SCORE is a national organization of volunteer business counselors who offer their time, knowledge and resources at no charge to any U.S. citizen or permanent resident wishing to start or improve their business.



Established in 1962, the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments is a regional planning agency serving the Western Maine communities of Androscoggin, Franklin, and Oxford Counties. AVCOG is a leader in the coordination and delivery of regional planning and municipal services. The full-time professional staff of 27 is concentrated in two targeted areas Municipal Services and Business Services.



The official resource to help businesses quickly find compliance information, forms and contacts from multiple U.S. government Web sites.



Please note, not all ENERGY STAR qualified products qualify for a tax credit. ENERGY STAR distinguishes energy efficient products which, although they may cost more to purchase than standard models, will pay you back in lower energy bills within a reasonable amount of time, without a tax credit.



Searchable database buyers guide of 600,000 U.S. manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and services. Locate manufacturing products, services and suppliers among 10,000 product categories.


We have collected numerous resource links to key areas of the IRS website. Visit our page of IRS links.



Since 1912, Manufacturers' News, Inc. has been the most trusted source for comprehensive business information profiling over 400,000 U.S. manufacturers. Directories and databases customized by geography, industry and size. debuted on the Web in 2007 as, at a time when frugality was less than popular. What we have noticed is that our readers were largely worried about two things in the aftermath of the financial meltdown: their retirements and their kids' educations. A lot of very smart people are out there offering retirement, investment and personal financial advice. We didn't want to become just another voice in the crowd, so in late 2012 had decided to focus its subject matter more narrowly on issues of higher education and how to pay for it.



Welcome to, where we aim to offer the web's best resource for finding online accredited colleges and universities. Attending college online can seem risky, and online degree accreditation is confusing when you're just starting out in pursuing a degree. We are proud to host a searchable directory of online colleges and universities to let you find the online accredited colleges that fit your own educational needs.

Business Resources for Entrepreneurs with a Disability.There are more opportunities than ever for individuals with disabilities to start their own businesses. Those who are deaf, blind, paralyzed or dealing with intellectual disabilities can reach out to government programs, support nonprofits and organizations, scholarship and grant foundations and more. These programs boost the likelihood of success, and give people with a disability and a plan the start they need. Learn more at