Consulting on the side: how to start a part-time consulting business while still working at your full-time job

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Wiley, Apr 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
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Demonstrates how to gradually and safely build up a consulting business while maintaining your current job. Cook covers all the basics: setting fees, marketing services, paying for health insurance, running a home office, developing an accounting and financial system which separates business from personal expenses, legal and ethical issues. Reveals how to respond to outside clients while working from 9 to 5 and handle non-compete agreements with a full-time employer.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Getting Started
13
Handling the Logistics of Balancing
31
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MARY F. COOK is President of Mary F. Cook & Associates, a human resources consultancy. She is also Director of Human Resources for M.D.C. Holdings, Inc. Her previous books include The Human Resources Yearbook, The Complete Do-It-Yourself Personnel Department, and The AMA Handbook for Employee Recruitment and Retention.

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