The following is a list of websites containing information that may be helpful to you and your business. By clicking on the links below, you will be entering a site operated by another party. Traveland Law is not responsible for any information or content contained on other sites and any information you provide automatically or otherwise will be governed by the other party’s policies.
Small Business Development Center (www.collinsbdc.com)
Every entrepreneur should use the resources of the SBDC. The counselors can help you with your business plan, help you conduct research on your chosen industry, and so much more! The classes are extremely helpful as well and all services and classes are free.
Texas Bar Association
Provides helpful information on legal issues that effect Texas citizens in their everyday lives.
Texas Secretary of State – Corporations Section
Provides forms and information on businesses, non-profits and trademarks, as well as filing information and fee schedule, a filing guide, and links to Texas statutes governing entities
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Contains a wealth of information on sales & use taxes, franchise taxes, provides the forms and links for filing and paying such taxes Online, and informs you of monthly tax seminars and other helpful news.
Texas Workforce Commission
Excellent resource for employers and provides links for quarterly unemployment tax reports, the Texas Business Conference for Employers, unemployment claims and much more!
Texas at your fingertips, literally. Contains all the information on the various services Texas provides, including information for small businesses or starting a business, information on obtaining licenses & permits, employment & labor, laws & criminal justice, and Online services.
View live Webcasts from the State Senate and House floors, find information on the legislation before both houses, and obtain information on your state representatives.
Texas Constitution, Statutes, Codes and Local Laws
Provides links to sites where you can search and locate provisions within the Texas Constitution, statutes, Texas Administrative Code, Texas Register, court opinions, and county and municipal ordinances.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Quick Start for Employers section provides a basic introduction to an employers rights and responsibilities under Federal equal employment opportunity laws.