Quick Ca$h for Teens: Be Your Own Boss and Make Big Bucks

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 249 pages
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As tales of YouTube and MySpace fortunes float virally throughout the blogosphere and media, kids wonder: "Could I do that?" Financial expert Peter Bielagus emphatically answers "Yes!" Quick Cash for Teens provides smart strategies for earning big bucks, with step-by-step instructions for identifying opportunities, creating a business plan, and implementing it successfully. Bielagus includes it all: sample budget worksheets, marketing plans, press releases, and more!

Sidebars throughout include:

- Dollars & Sense: basic business concepts and strategies

- Extra Credit: more advanced concepts, such as tax info

- Tales from the Front Lines: real-life stories from young entrepreneurs

 

 

 

 

 

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Today’s teens are asking tough questions about financial issues. In an economy where jobs for teens are limited, they are looking for ways to earn money on their own by starting their own small ... Read full review

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I have read many of articles on how to make money at a young age, but this is over the top. The title makes it sound so cliche, I know, but this is an amazing start to making money! I highly recommend this book. This guy is a genius!

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Contents

Your Entree to Entrepreneurship
7
What Type of Business Should You Start?
12
Turning What Sucks into Bucks The Groaning Goldmine
18
Biz Basics
22
The Name Game and the Title Bout
31
Ropin Em In Finding Customers
39
Show Me the Money Making a Financial Plan
50
Meet the Trio The Income Statement the CashFlow Statement and the Balance Sheet
65
What to Do with Your Money
128
Taking Stock
138
Tips for Parents and Teachers
143
Running the Bank of Mom and Dad
145
Teaching the Business Leaders of Tomorrow
149
Keeping Them Safe
152
101 Businesses You Can Start
157
A listing of businesses in alphabetical order including materals needed time to get started customers startup costs and basic things you need to learn a...
158

Make a Statement
70
Account for Your Accounting
79
Whats the Plan Man? Writing You Business Plan
91
Setting Up Shop
95
Improving You Business
103
Web Wealth
105
Some Advice on How to Get Advice
118
Make Some Green Going Green
121
Negotiation The Fine Art of Getting What You Want
124
Sample Press Release
227
Sample Loan Agreement
229
Sample Invoice
230
Sample Business Plan
231
Glossary
239
Acknowledgments
244
Index
245
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