SmartStart Your Wisconsin Business

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Oasis Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
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The SmartStart Your Business series is chockfull of valuable business start-up information. Whereas most start-up books give an overview of basic legal requirements, each SmartStart guide goes a step beyond and gives its readers the state-specific laws, regulations, and fees and tells how to get in touch with the federal, state, and local agencies that govern small business.

The most complete and up-to-date sourcebook of its kind. SmartStart also gives pointers on writing a successful business plan and setting up a winning marketing strategy. Readers will learn the most current financing programs available in their state and understand how to obtain both short-term and long-term financing, and, once they're up and running, how to manage their business' finances properly. What's more, readers are given the latest on:

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Contents

Sole Proprietorships General and Limited Partnerships Corporations
2-1
Define Your Business Image Develop a Public Relations Strategy
6-1
Hiring Employees Alternatives to Hiring Creating Company Policy
10-1
Copyright

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