Self Employment: The Essential Guide by Frances Ive

Self Employment: The Essential Guide

byFrances Ive

Kobo ebook | June 29, 2011

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Working for yourself can be rewarding both personally and financially, but it can also be very tough and many small businesses fail in their first year.

Frances Ive’s book helps you to decide if you are the right kind of person to venture out on your own, and looks closely at both the advantages and the pitfalls of working for yourself. It also outlines the practical and emotional aspects of setting up on your own.

Self-employment is very popular in the UK and is particularly suitable for women who need to run their work life around the family and the over 50s who feel that the workplace is not favourable for older people, but are nevertheless very capable and experienced.

Being self-employed is very different from being employed because you have to do everything for yourself and have complete responsibility for the success or failure of the business. Conversely, you have considerable freedom and can be in control of your own destiny. This book provides a frank insight into the world of self-employment and enables people to see if it is right for them.

Title:Self Employment: The Essential GuideFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 29, 2011Publisher:Need2Know BooksLanguage:English

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