Business Bliss?: Ignorance

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iUniverse, 2009 - Business & Economics - 108 pages
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Tobi McNeil has been associated with small business ventures since she was fourteen-years-old working with her entrepreneurial family. Through the years, she has witnessed various degrees of commercial success and failure. In her work as a college instructor and a business advisor, she has learned that start-up costs can ruin your business venture before it becomes operational.

Packed with powerful stories of small business owners, McNeil presents diverse situations encountered by people starting their own small business. She lays out vital tools to help ensure the successful implementation and operation of a new small business, including: business and personal research; education; financial requirements; effective ways to promote your business; great ways to keep costs at a minimum; hiring employees; and tax obligations.

Let Business Bliss? Ignorance: Liability or Bliss guide you through situations your business will encounter, minimizing problems and ensuring success.

 

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Contents

Small Business Trust and Instincts
3
Ignorance in Business Is a Liability
15
Sales Are Easy to Find
21
Taxes Employees Honesty
31
Other Peoples Money
37
To Partner Or Not
45
Advice from Professionals
51
Good Boundaries Keep Quality Customers
61
It Is All About You
71
How to Plan Your Business in Ten NotSo
81
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