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Fraser, Jill Andresky
May 1998
Inc.;May98, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p118
Presents information on business finance. Information on the financial training of entrepreneurs; Insight to the book `The Complete Idiot's Guide to Finance and Accounting,' by Michael Muckian; Listing of Web sites where an individual can gain free access to a range of resources.


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