Working Knowledge: What You Need to Know Before Opening a Business
Echelon Pub, 1993 - 200 pages
WORKING KNOWLEDGE means information you can use today. The STYLE of this dynamic easy to read nontechnical business information source is best described as "user friendly." The AUDIENCE is anyone who desires to learn about how to start his own business. The novice as well as the experienced business person will benefit immediately from the topics presented. The PURPOSE of this hard hitting book is to eliminate trial & error as the leading teacher of business management. The key to success in the business world is planning. After reading WORKING KNOWLEDGE, the reader will know what it takes & what to expect out of owning a new business. Main TOPICS include the profile of a small business owner, sources of free business information, steps to opening a business, necessary financial statements, forms of ownership & taxation, methods of financing a business, the loan process, evaluating a business purchase, licenses & permits, & who to contact for business assistance. The Appendix contains IRS tax forms related to small business activity. TO ORDER CALL: Echelon Publishing (713) 497-7877 or FAX (713) 497-1886. P.O. Box 440962, Houston, TX 77244.
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