In the U.S., Monday, November 11, 2019, is Veterans Day, a national holiday honoring those who have served in the nation’s armed services. 

At, we use Veteran’s Day as an opportunity to remind our users that we have many links to resources developed for veterans who own small businesses, or who want to start one.

We also link to resources for employers who want to hire veterans, recognizing the not only their service but the skills, discipline, and other attributes that vets developed while serving.

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Resources for Military Veterans

(And thank you for your service.)

Photo: U.S. Navy


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