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A quick and easy guide to starting and running a small business
Small Business For Dummies, Third Edition provides new small business owners with the tools they need to succeed, whether they're starting from scratch or acquiring an already established business. From drafting a business plan and keeping the books to hiring the right employees and providing benefits, this newly revised and expanded edition of Small Business For Dummies not only shows readers how to get their business off the ground but also how to nurture its growth and ensure its survival in the hypercompetitive world of small business.
Eric Tyson, MBA_is a nationally recognized personal finance counselor, writer, and lecturer. He is the author of the bestselling Investing For Dummies (978-0-7645-9912-5) and Personal Finance For Dummies (978-0-470-03832-1), in addition to six other For Dummies titles.
Jim Schell is an entrepreneur responsible for four successful small-business startups. He has been the resident entrepreneur for Small Business School, a weekly television program for PBS and Voice of America, for over a decade.
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