The Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting a Home-based Business

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Alpha Books, 1997 - Home-based businesses - 329 pages

You're no idiot, of course. You have ideas, skills, and talents that have brought you success for years. (You even figured out how to program your VCR.) But turning your ideas and talents into your own business can make you feel like an idiot. Taxes, zonning laws, insurance, marketing: how do you juggle all of these and still succeed at what you do for a living? But there's hope! This book gives you the lowdown on all those things you need to get going: financing for your business, setting up your system, and selling your product or service. In this Complete Idiot's Guide you get:

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Contents

Theres No Place Like home to Start a Business
1
Why Start from Home?
9
Finding Your Perfect Business Match
17
Copyright

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