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Virginia's Business One Stop

Virginia Business One Stop provides information to start, run, grow and move a business to Virginia. After creating your account through this system you will be able to access a step-by-step guide. Visit:

Start a Business in Fairfax County

When you are first starting a business, there are a number of tasks to complete. Use these guides to get you started launching or re-locating a business in Fairfax County. Visit:

Arlington Economic Development's Small Business Checklist and Legal Requirements

If you are planning to start a small business in Arlington, then visit Arlington Economic Development’s checklist here:

Prince William County's Start a Business Resources

If you are planning to start a business in Prince William County, then visit the county site to find all of the requirements:

Virginia Department of Taxation

Want to find out all of Virginia's tax rules and register your tax ID with the state. All of those resources can be found at:

State Corporation Commission (IRS)

The IRS handles all of the taxation for the federal government. It is very important to follow all regulations when in business. Here we have included the step by step instructions that the IRS has given to prepare your small business for every tax year: ​

Fairfax County Economic Development Authority

The Fairfax County EDA is headquartered in Tysons Corner, VA. It helps small businesses who are trying to start or relocate to Fairfax County get the proper resources to be successful in Fairfax County. You can get more information here:

Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce

The goal of the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce is to help their members maximize their business opportunities and make the Fairfax community the most business friendly environment possible. Explore more at

U.S. Small Business Administration - Plan Your Business

Before you start any business, you need to make sure that you have layed a solid foundation. Use SBA's Plan Your Business Tools to help you make that foundation.