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‘The Little Big Small Business Book’

June 10, 2015

by Micah Fraim

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How do you plan to grow your business this year? IThe Little Big Small Business Book’nside of “The Little BIG Small Business Book,” you’ll discover 17 money-making (or saving) lessons that will leave you with more customers, sales and money in your pocket come tax season. CPA Micah Fraim offers a unique and truly rare perspective on succeeding and growing your small business while maximizing financial savings and gains using tax tactics and tips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘The Tax and Legal Playbook: Game-Changing Solutions to Your Small-Business Questions’

April 28, 2015

by Mark J. Kohler

 

CPA and Attorney Mark J. Kohler answers the leading tax and legal questions facing small business owners, across all stages of business,

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BizJouranl_Bookcoverand delivers a comprehensive playbook of clear-cut truths, thought-provoking advice and underutilized solutions to save you time, money and heartache.

You can read this book straight through or as a reference guide — reading the chapters as needed to
answer the questions as they arise. You’ll come away wiser and better equipped to make the best decisions for your business, your family and yourself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

‘The Pumpkin Plan: A Simple Strategy to Grow a Remarkable Business in Any Field’

July 5, 2012

by Mike Michalowicz

 

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Each year Americans start one million new businesses, nearly 80 percent of which fail within the first five years. Under such pressure to stay alive — let alone grow — it’s easy for entrepreneurspumpkin plan to get caught up in a never-ending cycle of “sell it — do it, sell it — do it” that leaves them exhausted, frustrated, and unable to get ahead no matter how hard they try.

This is the exact situation Mike Michalowicz found himself in when he was trying to grow his first company. Although it was making steady money, there was never very much left over and he was chasing customers left and right, putting in 28-hour days, eight days a week. The punishing grind never let up. His company was alive but stunted, and he was barely breathing. That’s when he discovered an unlikely source of inspiration — pumpkin farmers.

After reading an article about a local farmer who had dedicated his life to growing giant pumpkins, Michalowicz realized the same process could apply to growing a business. He tested the Pumpkin Plan on his own company and transformed it into a remarkable, multimillion-dollar industry leader. First he did it for himself. Then for others. And now you.

 

 

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