The Best Home Businesses for the 90s: The Inside Information You Need to Know to Select a Home-based Business That's Right for You

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1994 - Home-based businesses - 403 pages
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If you are ready to change your life, become your own boss, or earn extraincome, read this book. Here's what you'll discover: The highest income, easiest to enter, fastest growing, least stressful, mostrecession resistant up-and-coming businesses you can operate from home The knowledge and the skills you need to have for each business Market potential Advantages and disadvantages Pricing ranges Potential earnings and overhead First steps for starting up Resources, including organizations, sources of training, and publications

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IntroductionFinding the Best Business for
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The Best of the Best
33
Association Management
40
Copyright

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Paul and Sarah Edwards are the bestselling coauthors of numerous books, including Finding Your Perfect Work, The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century, and Making Money in Cyberspace. They provide millions of people with informative and inspirational advice on self-employment through their radio and television shows, their online venues, and their popular newspaper and magazine columns.
Paul and Sarah Edwards are the bestselling coauthors of numerous books, including Finding Your Perfect Work, The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century, and Making Money in Cyberspace. They provide millions of people with informative and inspirational advice on self-employment through their radio and television shows, their online venues, and their popular newspaper and magazine columns.

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