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Vol. 2, No. 3, October 18, 1999 

The Small Business Classroom
If you own a small business - or want to be an entrepreneur - this is the site for you. The Small Business Administration's online classroom offers courses and interactive business guidance on a variety of topics. SBA made agreements with Harvard Business School and several companies for some of the best courses and information available on the Internet, free of charge. You can also sign up for free e-mail counseling from SCORE, the Service Corps of Retired Executives.
Students: Less Stress with the IRS
College students, listen up. Chances are pretty good that you've had some dealings with the Internal Revenue Service. But you probably weren't sitting at your computer at two in the morning in your bathrobe eating leftover pizza. Access America for Students has teamed up with the IRS. Now convenient, online IRS services are available to you on a one-stop site that also helps you manage your finances, decide on a career, or reserve a campsite when you need a break from school and work.
Reinventing Blue Pages
The General Services Administration is working with 24 federal agencies and the publishers of more than 6,200 telephone directories nationwide to make it easier for you to find the government services you want in the Blue Pages. Browse the already published directories, or find out when the new user-friendly blue pages will hit your door. The new blue pages have larger type, identifying icons, toll-free numbers, and Internet addresses, organized by subject and type of service.
The Alzheimer's Center Online
Four million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's Disease. If you have a loved one with this debilitating illness, you need all the help and information you can get. The National Institute on Aging sponsors the Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center's website. The Center provides information about Alzheimer's disease, its impact on families and health professionals, and research into possible causes and cures. If you can't find the information you want on the site, you can e-mail your question or call a toll-free number answered by a real person.

In This Issue

Small Business Classroom

Students and the IRS

Blue Pages

Alzheimer's Center

Back Issues

Vol. 2, No. 2, October 11, 1999

Vol. 2, No. 1, October 4, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 49, September 27, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 48, September 20, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 47, September 13, 1999

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