The complete idiot's guide to starting your own business, 5th ed. (CD-ROM included).
The complete idiot's guide to starting your own business, 5th ed. (CD-ROM included)
Coverage includes getting started with the right business, funding, and types of corporations. Following is discussion of marketing, getting sales, production plans, employees and payroll, accounting, and running a successful company. The accompanying CD contains many forms, documents, and agreements, and supplemental chapters on internet businesses, choosing an office location, using technology, keeping the corporation legal, and credit policies. This edition has been reorganized, updated, and revised, with new chapters on small business benefits, buying a franchise or existing business, dealing with China, and other topics. Emphasis is on presenting a plan to possible investors. Paulson is an entrepreneur, business consultant, and a college professor at DePaul U.
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