Small Business Computing:

The Federal bailout trough seems reserved for corporate giants, and it makes you wonder, where can a small business go to catch a break?

Intuit has stepped up to the plate with an initiative called, Small Businesses United, which the company calls a small business stimulus package. The campaign is designed to help small businesses save money, save time and attract more customers.

The package features three main components: free software and services, $315,000 in small business grants and $50,000 in donations to organizations that help people start their own businesses.

If you don’t have a professional Web site yet, you can set one up through Intuit’s Web Site Service, and it’s free for the first year. The package includes site-building software, point-and-click design templates, Web hosting and seven-day, toll-free phone support.

And if you’re looking to incorporate, you can save on that, too, with incorporation and LLC formation services from MyCorporation, which is an Intuit-owned company. This service is free until July 31.

For more information, go here.

Photo by Intuit.

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