121 Online Internet Businesses You Can Start from Home : Plus a Beginners Guide to Starting a Business Online by Ron E. Gielgun;
The first part of this book covers every aspect of operating a business on the Internet: from planning a Web site to promotion on a tight budget. The second, main part contains detailed descriptions of 121 Internet businesses entrepreneurs can start from home.
This book includes a complete beginner's guide to starting a business online. It leads the novice through every step of starting a business on the Internet:
from establishing an Internet site to promoting it on a tight budget. The hundreds of Internet sites'addresses given in this book (especially of services and businesses Internet entrepreneurs must contact to set up or promote a
commercial site) ensure that entrepreneurs will be able to use it not only as a guide but also as a reference book. Ron Gielgun is an Internet consultant and editor of an online magazine for Internet entrepreneurs.
Legal Guide for Starting & Running a Small Business (4th Ed) by Fred S. Steingold;
A nuts-and-bolts guide to starting and running a business, this book covers forming a sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation;
buying a franchise or existing business; negotiating a favorable lease; hiring and firing employees; working with independent
contractors; creating good contracts; and resolving business disputes. Selected by INC. Magazine as a top business book.
This book is a guide to starting and running a small business that no business owner should be without. It provides clear,
plain-English explanations of the laws that affect businesses every day, without costing a fortune in legal fees!
101 Tax Loopholes for the Middle Class by Sean M. Smith;
Smith is a tax accountant with 15 years of experience and a contributing editor to Tax Reduction Report, one of a number of
newsletters published by the National Institute of Business Management. He proclaims that "tax breaks are not just for the rich."
Despite the negative connotations of the term loophole, the tax code is filled with tax-saving opportunities often overlooked by the
average taxpayer, and Smith has mined the provisions of the code to find those that the middle class is most likely to take advantage
of. Among the 101 such opportunities identified by Smith are 8 that are totally new as a result of last year's taxpayer relief act. Smith
clearly and concisely lists each potential savings and then identifies who may be eligible for it. He provides an example of how the "tax
break" can be used and includes planning pointers and a checklist for implementing each tactic. Smith targets families and
homeowners with at least a quarter of his tips, while almost half are aimed at small-business owners or the self-employed.
The Perfect Business : How to Make a Million from Home With No Payroll, No Employee Headaches, No Debts and No Sleepless Nights! by Michael Leboeuf, Micheal Le Boeuf;
Corporate downsizing, the desire to balance work and family, and an interest in making money through meaningful work has turned thousands of Americans into aspiring entrepreneurs. In this book, the bestselling author of Working Smart provides guidance for finding the right million-dollar business; starting a business while keeping another job; getting paid for marketing oneself; and using new technologies to increase productivity.
The bestselling author of Working Smart shows what it takes to make a great success of a home-based business. Unlike other
home-office guides, The Perfect Business does not focus on the mechanics. It shows instead that how we think is the single most
important factor in determining how wealthy we become.
101 Successful Businesses You Can Start on the Internet by Daniel S. Janal;
More of a source for ideas than a how-to guide, 101 Businesses You Can Start on the Internet offers inspiring advice on starting a
business on the Internet. After a very basic section on Internet fundamentals and business practices, the book presents 101 business
ideas and actual case histories. The case histories represent a vast melange of businesses: The Maui Windsurfing Report, Flower
Stop Marketing Corp., The Virginia Diner, Mail Order Food, Sausage Software--Software Publisher, Mesh-Inside Cyberspace, and
News Service. Additionally, testimonials from over 50 entrepreneurs provide practical advice on starting and running various
businesses. Although this guide will start you thinking about a business you can create on the Net, you will probably need a more
detailed book to help implement your ideas
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