Financially managing the one-person business

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Perigee Books, 1991 - Business & Economics - 174 pages
An authoritative guide to every aspect of running your business's financial affairs on your own, written as a companion to Managing the One-Person Business. It clearly and concisely details hwo to maintain crucial financial records, understand bookkeeping programs, check government requirements and regulations, manage profits, and much more.

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Written as a companion to Parson's Managing the One-Person Business (Putnam, 1990), this is generally a bare-bones recitation of facts, with very few examples. More examples, anecdotes, and detailed ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
The Financial Plan
13
Managing Profits
37
Government Requirements
51
Keeping the Crucial Records
62
Bookkeeping Programs
71
Pricing Accounts Receivable
87
Taxes
106
InsuranceWhat Is Needed
122
Retirement and Estate Planning
135
Appendix Accounting Definitions
149
Bibliography
165
Index
171
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