50 Great Businesses for Teens

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Macmillan USA, Macmillan Reference, 1997 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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Forget about flipping burgers and packing groceries! Find out how you can earn good, steady money by setting up your own business. Each of the 50 money-making ideas in this book includes guidelines for getting started: what materials you'll need, how to market you product/services, and what you can expect to earn. All of the ventures can be run from home, worked around school obligations, and require little or no investment. Being your own boss will teach you the essential business and life skills you need for a rewarding future. Here are just a few of the great money-making ideas inside: auto detailing, pool service, mail-order handicrafts, party helper, recycling, bicycle repair, computer-generated greeting cards, delivery service, alternative newspaper, telemarketing, tutoring, and computer consultant. Plus: all the latest information on bookkeeping, accounting, and taxes.

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