Specific Need:Market DevelopmentAccess to Capital | Target Population:VeteranLow Income | Service Area(s):New CastleKentSussexOutside DelawareWilmington | Industry:TelecomIndustrialHigh-Tech | Business Stage:ExpandingEstablishedStart-up
The Department of Finance is an executive agency headed by a cabinet secretary appointed by the governor. The secretary is the state's chief financial officer and is responsible along with the rest of the department for promoting Delaware's fiscal health by generating, collecting, and accounting for funds used to fund all services provided by the state government. The DOF is the source of economic and fiscal policy and is responsible for managing the state's fiscal resources. The department, particularly the Division of Revenue, also administers several resources used to promote state-wide economic development efforts.
An incentive in the form of a refundable credit to hire military veterans who served active duty after 2001. Can be applied against bank franchise tax, corporate or personal income tax, or insurance general premium tax
The Delaware Division of Small Business, part of the Delaware Department of State, is a service-focused agency committed to supporting businesses starting and growing in Delaware. Small businesses can reach out to the Division for assistance in connecting to the resources and advice to succeed. The Division is a champion for Delaware small businesses and is here to help take companies to the next level.