Running a One-person Business

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Ten Speed Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
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This new edition of the bestseller which showed how to set up and operate a one-person business contains updated information on the technology involved. Major parts of key chapters have been rewritten to include new material and follow-up interviews with successful one-person business owners are featured. Photos.

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This book, like Mary Jean Parson's Managing the One-Person Business ( LJ 3/15/88), addresses the concerns of the very small organization. Standard business topics such as bookkeeping, marketing, and ... Read full review

Contents

Financial Statements
44
LongTerm Obligations 401150
46
Administration Expenses General Expenses 751800
48
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About the author (1994)

Salli Rasberry has successfully run a dozen small businesses in fields as varied as book fairs, publishing companies, documentary films, construction, business consulting, and writing. An artist and gardener, Salli is the author of the Art of Dying: Honoring and Celebrating Life's Passages (with Watanabe, Ten Speed Press), Living Your Life Out Loud: How to Unlock Your Creativity and Unleash Your Joy (with Selwyn, Pocket Books), Running a One-Person Business (with Whitmyer, Ten Speed Press), The Seven Laws of Money (with Phillips, Pocket Classics), Honest Business (with Phillips, Pocket Classics), The Briarpatch Book (ed. with Phillips, New Glide) and Marketing Without Advertising (with Phillips, Nolo).

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