We've found a few resources along the way that we've found helpful, so we'd like to share them with you.
A Brief Guide to Acadiana
The Heart of Acadiana possesses an incredibly rich musical, cultural, and culinary tradition of the Cajuns and Creoles and is home to the largest concentration of Francophone Louisianians. This website offers an extensive list of where to go and what to do to fully experience everything Acadiana has to offer. Laissez les bon temps rouler!Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce
Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce serves as the region's leading force in improving the business environment, economic health, and general vitality of the region.Lafayette Convention & Visitor's Commission
Created in 1974, LCVC promotes tourism and coordinates marketing for all of Lafayette Parish.Lafayette Economic Development Authority
This website offers a wealth of information for small and large businesses considering a move to the Lafayette region.Louisiana Department of Revenue
Comprehensive information about taxation, tax laws, and how to reduce your taxation liability.Louisiana Department of Revenue Press Releases
Press releases from the Louisiana Department of Revenue.Louisiana Tourism
A collaboration between the Louisiana Office of Tourism and the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association, this information-heavy website offers an exhaustive listing of everything you could possibly want to do, see, hear, or eat while visiting Louisiana.Morningstar
This site offers investors both experienced and just starting out information to make well-informed investing choices, as well as news, quotes, market commentary, and analysis.Securities & Exchange Comission
Information about the Securities & Exchange Commission, including EDGAR, a database of corporate information, and SEC news and public statements.The Internal Revenue Service
The source for income tax information aimed at everyday U.S. taxpayers. Additionally, the website features a comprehensive library of downloadable tax forms.
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DOT Assistance for Small Businesses
The Paycheck Protection Program prioritizes millions of Americans employed by small businesses by authorizing up to $349 billion toward job retention and certain other expenses.