Millions of Americans own their own businesses, and millions more dream of doing the same. But starting your own business is a pretty complicated matter, especially with all the legal issues and paperwork. This updated edition of the top-selling small business resource is chock-full of information, resources, and helpful hints on making the transition from a great idea to a great business. If youave got a great idea for your own business, you need the kind of straightforward advice youall find here a the kind of advice youad normally only get from business schools and MBA courses. Small Business Kit For Dummies, Second Edition covers all the basics on: Recent tax law changes Balancing your finances Hiring and keeping employees Effective management strategies Accounting fundamentals In addition to the basics of business, youall also find top-class advice on more advanced business basics, like business plans, the ins and outs of contracts, and using the Internet to expand your business. For entrepreneurs large and small, this comprehensive resource offers authoritative guidance on all your biggest business concerns, and offers unbeatable advice on such topics as: Choosing your business structure a from LLCs to S corps How to develop and write a standard business proposal Going public, issuing stock, and keeping a stock ledger Raising capital and understanding securities laws Bookkeeping standard practices Tax basics for small businesses Handling the paperwork for new hires Designing employee compensation plans Working with independent contractors and consultants Patent and copyright protections Dealing with the Press In addition, the book includes a CD-ROM full of helpful resources a forms, contracts, and even sample versions of the most popular software for small businesses. With Small Business Kit For Dummies youall find all the tools you need to get your small business up and running a and keep it running for years and years to come.The Independent Contractor Agreement (Form 13-7 on the CD-ROM) and the Consultant Confidentiality and ... contain sample language, but here is a key excerpt: A contract can transfer, in whole or in part, the ownership of a copyrighted workanbsp;...
|Title||:||Small Business Kit For Dummies|
|Author||:||Richard D. Harroch|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-03-11|