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Steps to Small Business Start-Up
Steps to Small Business Start-Up

Steps to Small Business Start-Up

Everything You Need to Know to Turn Your Idea Into a Successful Business

Small Business Strategies Series


232 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF, Mobipocket, EPUB

Trade Paper, $24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $29.99)

Publication Date: May 2014

ISBN 9780944205594

Rights: WOR

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A business classic that has been guiding new entrepreneurs through the process of launching their businesses for more than a quarter of a century, this book has now been revised to feature the most up-to-date information, forms, examples, and worksheets. It emphasizes all of the mechanics of the start-up, including choosing a business, legal structure, location, and DBAs. Additional chapters cover home-based business, proprietary rights, financing options, bookkeeping, and cash flow. Offering indispensable advice for marketing, Internet operation, and business planning, it is positioned to remain a favorite for business education by universities, colleges, technical schools, and small business development centers.


"A comprehensive guide to the procedures for starting a new business. A well-organized and helpful how-to."  —Booklist

"Good, good, good . . . Very easy to follow. Very helpful."  —The Book Reader

"Steps to Small Business Start-Up is clear and concise, easy to read and follow. The visual examples are well balanced throughout the book and present a positive diversion."  —Loretta DiCamillo, regional director, The College of Staten Island SBDC

Author Biography

Linda Pinson is the developer and publisher of the bestselling business-plan software program, Automate Your Business Plan. She was selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to write its government business-plan publication and has been honored as Education Advocate of the Year and SBA Regional Women in Business Advocate of the Year. She also served as a delegate and tax-issue chair at the White House Conference on Small Business. She is the author of numerous entrepreneurial books, including Anatomy of a Business Plan and Keeping the Books. She lives in Tustin, California.