Entrepreneurship: How To Take Your Dream and Turn It Into A Profitable, Stable Business

Entrepreneurship: How To Take Your Dream and Turn It Into A Profitable, Stable Business

Entrepreneurship: How To Take Your Dream and Turn It Into A Profitable, Stable Business

You are sick and tired of other people creating a business for themselves off of your talents. You have always yearned to find your niche, a place where you can be yourself, work hard and earn the money you need without the worry of losing your job because your employer decides you are no longer needed. The problem is how to get started. This book will provide the tools you need to turn your dream into a business.

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How to Start a Company: An Introductory Guide to Companies in England and Wales Reviews

How to Start a Company: An Introductory Guide to Companies in England and Wales

How to Start a Company: An Introductory Guide to Companies in England and Wales

Written by a qualified solicitor, tax adviser and higher education lecturer, this book is worth a read if you are thinking of starting a company in England or Wales. It gives you a basic grounding in law, finance, tax and other aspects with the aim of informing you of the issues to be considered. It will help you make informed decisions about whether a company is right for you, and it will also help you understand the advice given by professionals when the time comes.

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