The Save Your Business Book: A Survival Manual for Small Business Owners
This year tens of thousands of small businesses will fail, while many other firms will just barely survive. The Save Your Business Book offers help to the multitudes of business owners who are grappling with slow sales, high overhead, and heavy debts. John Goldhammer, who has started and run several successful businesses, and who also has first hand knowledge of business failure, draws on his personal experience to present to small business owners all they need to know to restore their business to profitability.
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Quick Steps to Buy Time
What to Do If You Are Sued
Working with Employees
Working with Creditors and Suppliers
Working with Customers
Staying on Track
Now That Youve Saved Your Business
Forms You Can Copy
Glossary of Legal and Business Terms
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