Kiplinger's Working for Yourself: Full Time, Part Time, Anytime
Who hasn't thought of leaving the corporate world to make it on his or her own? Whether you're just thinking about it or have taken the plunge, you'll have questions & will need some guidance. Do you have what it takes to run a business? Do you know who your customers will be & how to reach them effectively? Can you finance your venture with your own resources or will you need outside financing? How will the lifestyle change affect you & your family? Where can you turn for advice on specific issues?
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Why You Want to Work for Yourself
Choosing a Business
Your Plan of Action
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