Introduction.Part I: Beginning at the Beginning.Chapter 1: What You Need to Know about Home-Based Businesses.Chapter 2: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What's the Best Business of All?Chapter 3: Hot Opportunities Now and for the Future.Chapter 4: Marketing 101: Getting Customers.Chapter 5: Making the Web Work for You.Part II: Managing Your Money.Chapter 6: Making the Transition to Working for Yourself.Chapter 7: Keeping Track of Your Money.Chapter 8: The Price Is Right: Deciding How Much to Charge.Chapter 9: Getting Health Insurance and Planning for Your Retirement.Chapter 10: Getting a Grip on Taxes and Deductions.Part III: Avoiding Problems.Chapter 11: Legal Do's and Don'ts.Chapter 12: Using Outside Resources and Experts.Chapter 13: Eluding Scams, Rip-Offs, and Other Headaches.Part IV: Making It Work: Moving Ahead.Chapter 14: Staying on Track with a Serious Business Attitude.Chapter 15: Coexisting with Kids, Relatives, Neighbors, and Pets.Chapter 16: Don't Just Stand There, Grow.Part V: The Part of Tens.Chapter 17: Ten Tips to Success in Your Home-Based Business.Chapter 18: Ten Things to Avoid.Chapter 19: Ten Myths about Working from Home.Chapter 20: Ten Things to Do if Things Get Tough.Index.
Paul and Sarah Edwards are award-winning authors who have sold over a million copies of their ten books. They write a monthly column for Entrepreneur magazine and cohost a weekly radio show on BusinessTalkRadio.Net. Peter Economy is the coauthor of For Dummies books on economics and personal finance.
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