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Golden Rules for Going Into Business for Yourself

"I work both in sales and as a tech for a Midwest technology company. As an hourly employee, I can see the potential for going out on my own and earning far more than what I am currently being paid.

"Today, with so much business, legal and accounting information available free online, along with LegalZoom, and Nolo Publishing materials, it really seems that the rules have changed. It appears far easier to establish and run a business than in the past, with the necessity of having a lawyer,

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