Selling What You Make: Profit from Your Handcrafts

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TAB Books, 1992 - Crafts & Hobbies - 228 pages
Provides advice, and strategies that will help you reach your intended market, develop a financial plan, obtain licenses and permits, control inventory, and meet IRS tax requirements

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Contents

Minimize the Risks
10
Brainstorming
23
ActionOriented Goals
37
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

James E. Seitz is a former professor of engineering and is the founding president of the Shelby Woodcarvers Guild. He is the author of "Country Creations: Woodworking Projects to Make and Sell,"" Practical Woodcarving: Design and Application," and "Selling What You Make: Profit from Your Handcrafts," He lives in Sidney, Ohio.

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