The Commonsense Way to Build Wealth: One Entrepreneur Shares His Secrets

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Griffin Publishing Group, 2004 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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Discover the Secrets of Success They Don't Teach You in School! Whether you're just starting out or you're starting over after retirement or a layoff, this book will teach you how to accumulate capital, pick the right business or franchise, choose and manage income property, and negotiate a great lease. Learn how to start your own business and make money with common-sense as your biggest asset. A comprehensive appendix includes a glossary of terms every entrepreneur needs to understand and a huge list of resources where you can find help.

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Contents

Entrepreneurship 101
1
Accumulating Capital
23
Your Business Entity
58
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Jack Chou is president of International Sensor Technology and is a classic example of American entrepreneurship, he has owned and co-owned six restaurants, three franchises, a hotel casino in Reno, Nevada, a tennis club, a Gold's Gym, and many commercial real estate ventures, including an office tower and shopping centres in southern California and Denver, Colorado. He has participated in both commercial and residential real estate development in southern California.

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