How to Run a Small Business

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McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Business & Economics - 328 pages
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Extensively revised to reflect new office technologies, late-breaking changes in the tax and employment laws, and even the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement, this A to Z resource answers hundreds of basic and not-so-basic questions on everything from financing and choosing a location to hiring and firing extending credit, buying insurance and more.

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The sixth edition of this well-known tome continues to provide an all-encompassing approach to running a small business. It includes such matters as financing, taxes, management, recordkeeping, and ... Read full review

Contents

Financing the Small Business
7
Buying an Existing Business
19
Deciding on the Location of Your Business
29
Copyright

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J.K. Lasser Institute has been the premier publisher of consumer tax guides since 1939, when Jacob Kay Lasser first published "Your Income Tax," Since then, the guide has been published continuously for over sixty years and read by over 39,000,000 people. The J.K. Lasser Institute also publishes several personal finance books, including "Small Business Taxes, Home Owner's Tax Breaks, 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks, Year-Round Tax Planning," and more. J.K. Lasser Institute spokespeople are regularly sought after as media tax experts. They regularly appear on such broadcast programs as CNBC, CNN, and Bloomberg TV. They are also often featured in numerous periodicals, including "The Wall Street" J"ournal," "USA Today," "Self Magazine," "Houston Chronicle," and "The Chicago Tribune.

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