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The American Bar Association legal guide for small business : everything a small-business person must know, from start-up employment laws to financing and selling a business.

Author: American Bar Association.
Publisher: New York : Three Rivers Press, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A handbook encompassing information on every aspect of the law for small-business owners discusses such topics as franchising, partnerships, tax regulations, safety regulations, federal laws, and local zoning laws.
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Bar Association.
ISBN: 0812930150 9780812930153
OCLC Number: 43096689
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xix, 523 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Getting started --
Clearing the decks --
If your business is ten feet from the kitchen --
Location, location, location --
Buying peace of mind --
Sole proprietorships --
Partnerships --
Is a corporation for you? --
Limited trouble--and paperwork --
So what's the best business form for you? --
Is franchising for you? --
Understanding and negotiating the franchise agreement --
Buying a business --
Hiring employees --
Laws affecting employees --
Terminating employees --
Maintaining a safe place of business --
The legal side of dealing with customers --
Extending credit --
The check isn't in the mail! --
Contracts --
Special contract terms --
What if there's a dispute? --
Too good to be true --
Protecting our intellectual property rights --
Business taxes --
Then there's the State and the City ... --
Tangling with the government --
Sink or swim--facing financial difficulties --
Selling a business --
Retirement planning for the business owner --
'Til death do us part --
Do you need a lawyer? --
Choosing a business lawyer --
Where do you go form here?
Other Titles: Legal guide for small business
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A handbook encompassing information on every aspect of the law for small-business owners discusses such topics as franchising, partnerships, tax regulations, safety regulations, federal laws, and local zoning laws.

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