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BUSINESS RESOURCES  CLICK ON THE PICTURES BELOW Opens in new windowSBA has delivered millions of GRANTS, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions, and other forms of assistance to small Opens in new window Utah's Government Services.  Onestop Business Registration, and Several pieces of peaceful information to help start your business in Utahlogo Opens in new windowGovernor's Office of Economic
helps support businesses in Utah, focused on economic opportunity for entrepreneurs, companies, and all Utahns. Learn about the programs and initiatives offered for business services, business resources for doing business in Utah, and GRANT OPPORTUNITIES.
womens center Opens in new windowBeing a woman in business is not easy, and women business owners have been hit especially hard by the pandemic. ONLINE COURSES, TOOLS, AND LEARNING LIBRARY. GRANT GIVEAWAYS AND MORE! 
undefined Opens in new windowThis website is provided for general guidance only. It does not contain all tax and motor vehicle laws or rules. Find IRS forms and answers to tax questions. We help you understand and meet your federal tax responsibilities.Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Opens in new windowThe Utah State Legislature created the department by statute and charged it with the responsibility of conducting, licensing, and regulating the sale of alcoholic beverages ag food Opens in new window Promotes the benefits of Utah’s locally grown and processed foods which represent 15 percent of Utah’s economy. The Department also protects animal health and the state’s $1 billion livestock industry, as well as guards against invasive insects.
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TriCounty Health Department Opens in new windowServes our communities in a way that provides a healthy foundation on which communities and individuals can thrive physically, socially, and economically.  
uintah county Opens in new windowUintah County Area: 4,487 square miles; population: 32,588 (in 2010) principal cities/towns: Vernal, Maeser, Naples, Ballard, Jensen, LaPoint, Whiterocks, Fort Duchesne.