The Home-Business Sourcebook

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Lowell House, Jun 24, 1998 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
The ultimate resource for anyone thinking about starting a business at home, The Home-Business Sourcebook provides guidelines, checklists, case histories, and hundreds of tips that help new home-business owners start up and maintain their enterprise with maximum results. It includes hundreds of resource listings, including associations and government agencies to contact for help, lists of current books and trade publications, and products designed to aid the at-home entrepreneur. There is also advice on practical ways to design and equip a home office and sure-fire methods of obtaining financing, as well as helpful guidelines for marketing and publicity.

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Henry is an attorney specializing in wrongful termination and employment discrimination.

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