How to become successfully self-employed
At one time or another, just about everyone has thought of going into business for themselves. No boss to impress, no time-clock to punch, and the only deadline to meet is the one you set. But what about the legal issues? How much money is necessary to get started? How do you get financing? What will the effect be on your yearly tax bill? Brian R. Smith's How to Become Successfully Self-Employed answers all the questions, helps streamline the decision-making process, and removes the myths associated with self-employment. It includes: - Business plan development - Financing your business - Business and franchise purchases - Marketing - Administrative matters - Problem solving - Personnel management - And more!
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