The small-business challenge

Fauvel, Pam
October 1997
Chartered Accountants Journal;Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p41
Deals with small businesses established in New Zealand. Failure rate of small businesses; Factors contributing to success in small businesses; Employer responsibilities; Role of chartered accountants in legislation and compliance issues.


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