The Good Retirement Guide

January 2004
Management Services;Jan2004, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article presents information on the book "The Good Retirement Guide," by Rosemary Brown. The book, to be published at the end of January 2004, offers clear advice on all relevant aspects from the legal structure of a business, to alternative ways of getting started such as buying into a small concernor franchising, employers responsibilities and marketing one's company. Additional topics covered include finding suitable premises, business names, taxation, raising finance and others. Written in a lively style, the guide is the most comprehensive in its field. Alongside advice on starting a business, it covers topics as varied as raising money on one's home, health and fitness and travel and leisure.


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