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Home-Based Business for Dummies

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Expert tips and advice on starting a home-based business

Starting your own home-based business is a great way to supplement your income in these tough economic times. With thirty percent new and revised material, "Home-Based Business For Dummies, 3rd Edition "gives you the most current and up-to-date information you need to navigate your way through the whole process."

ebook, 384 pages
Published December 9th 2009 by For Dummies (first published March 28th 2000)
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David Roberts
The book I read to research this post was Home Based Business For Dummies which is a very good book which I bought from Kobo. A home based business can often be a one person operation working from home often with a secretary although this book does look at things like franchises like Macdonalds which is highly sought and you have to put up $45,000 plus pay 12.5% commission on what you earn. Normally when you factor in the other expenses you won't have much change out of a $1 million. Many people ...more
I read through most if it (skipping ovet some parts that don't pertain to me just yet) in order to have as much information on getting started as possible. It's also a great reference book I use when I get stuck or forgot something. Quite helpful.
Normally when I read a Dummies book, I don't read it straight through, cover to cover like a novel, but I did with this one. I really wanted to be sure to get the maximum advice

Like all Dummies books, this one is chock full of useful information, and also some general common sense. It's written simply, in a way so as to not intimidate, but to give you the most information at a basic level. It was helpful and I did get some tips (or more often, validation of what I was already doing/thinking). Bu
Amanda Lee
This book had alot of helpful tips & idea's but I had to focus myself to read throught it
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