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Tax Incentives for your Business

Latest Tax Incentives Fact Sheet



No-Cost Business Workshops

Sponsored in part by the Niagara County Center for Economic Development, these free workshops are held in various locations throughout Niagara County and outline for attendees the many resources and programs available to assist current businesses, as well as potential start-ups, to reduce their costs.


2019 schedule has been completed, the 2020 schedule should be available in January!



Entrepreneur Series - 9 classes to choose from!

Presented by the NCCC Small Business Development Center and other Community Partners, these classses are designed to enhance your business skills and strengthen your new or existing business.


Wednesday evenings from 6pm - 9pm,  September 11th - November 6th, 2019

@ NCCC Main Campus, Room B-114


* All programs are FREE to attend  * A completeion Certificate provided upon finishing all 9 classes! *


10/23 - Business Owner’s Insurance

10/30 - Taxes & the Small Business 

11/6 - Leadership: Employee and Self-Motivation


To register:

(716) 210-2515
email us at [email protected]  
or visit our website at  


QuickBooks hands-on workshops presented by the NCCC Small Business Development Center


Intro to QuickBooks (desktop) - $79*

Tuesday, October 22nd OR  Tuesday, November 19th from 9am - Noon


Intermediate QuickBooks (desktop) - $79*

Thursday, October 24th OR  Thursday, November 21st from 9am - Noon


Instruction not suitable for MAC users or Online version


 *Attend both Intro and Mastering QuickBooks for a discounted price of $140


 To register:

(716) 210-2515
email us at [email protected]  
or visit our website at  


MicroEnterprise Program

Niagara County Community College Small Business Development Center offers a Microenterprise / loan program in partnership with the NCIDA. The application is available at

Details of the program:

  • Program participants must be low/moderate income or create jobs for low/moderate income individuals.
  • Ideal for retail service or manufacturing firm that is a Minority/Woman-Business Enterprise with less than or equal to 5 employees
  • Maximum loan amount is $25,000
  • Must participate in a 12-week educational program
  • No commitment fee
  • Loan Terms & Rates
  • Below market interest rates. 
  • Working capital less than 5 years; machinery and equipment less than 7 years. 
  • Interest and principal deferred for 6 months.




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