Self-employment is the act of generating one's income directly from customers, clients or other organizations as opposed to being an employee of a business (or person). Self-employment options include micro-enterprises. A micro-enterprise is a small business owned by an individual formed around the person’s interest and developed based on market needs. Supports may be provided to help develop a thorough, self-sufficient business plan. Anyone interested in a micro-enterprise needs to have the money necessary to start and operate the business. Learn the rules that apply to small businesses (Title 17 sections 7136.8). 

Micro-Enterprise Loans from TCRC

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