What It REALLY Takes to Own a Profitable Recruiting Business

Bruno, Barbara J.
October 2011
Fordyce Letter;Oct2011, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p1
The article presents information on recruiting one's own business along with the essentials required for a successful business. As stated, the sole proprietorship is done for two reasons, first for generating profit and second, to live the lifestyle of dreams. As further stated, financing, business plan, corporate credit cards, and insurances are required for successful business development. INSET: The Fordyce Letter.


Related Articles

  • OPERATING LEGALLY.  // Georgia Trend;May2005 Small Business Guide, p26 

    The article informs that it is vitally important to start, and keep a business on solid legal footing, so make finding qualified legal and accounting professional help a top priority. Since legal requirements are subject to change, one should contact the appropriate local, state and federal...

  • Albany approves group insurance for sole proprietors. Philippidis, Alex // Westchester County Business Journal;7/15/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 28, p23 

    Reports on the announcement of an agreement which allowed the chambers of commerce to issue lower-cost group insurance for sole proprietors in New York State on June 20, 2002. Requirements for the qualification in the program; Views of a business advocacy group regarding the agreement;...

  • Considering self-employment: What to think about before starting a business. Silvestri, George T. // Occupational Outlook Quarterly;Summer99, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p15 

    Discusses the importance of preparing for self-employment by making informed choices, exploring business and personal suitability and planning carefully. What to consider in choosing a business; Insight in exploring feasibility; Tips in creating a plan.

  • From Radio Airwaves to Home-Based Entrepreneur.  // Home Business Magazine: The Home-Based Entrepreneur's Magazine;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p41 

    The article presents the story of Dayna Steele, a successful home-based business owner in the U.S. Steele was used to be a rock and roll radio disc jockey (DJ), and relates how she started the www.thespacestore.com home-based business which eventually became the largest National Aeronautics and...

  • Sole proprietors putting in more hours to keep up. P.D. // Practical Accountant;Feb97, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p12 

    Provides updates on the average net income per owner in sole proprietorships among accounting firms in the United States. Trends indicated in the 1996 MAP survey released by the California Society of Certified Public Accountants; Average net income for small sole proprietorships; Other statistic...

  • CHAPTER 1: Business Entity Basics. Mancuso, Anthony // LLC or Corporation?;Nov2016, p5 

    The article offers basic information about various types of business entities. The majority of one-person businesses begin as sole proprietorships just to keep things simple. If husband and wife carry on an unincorporated business and share in its profits and losses, they are considered joint...

  • Avoiding income protection slip ups. Sue Laing // Money Management;2/9/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p18 

    The article examines the tax impact on income protection benefits for sole traders and partnerships in Australia. Business owners are particularly vulnerable if they are unable to work for an extended period of time in their business due to sickness or injury. That is why, many astute business...

  • Few health plans for 1-,2-person biz. Aron, Laurie Joan // Crain's New York Business;6/12/95, Vol. 11 Issue 24, p20 

    Reports on the shortage of healthcare plans for self-employed persons, sole proprietors or small businesses with less than three employees. Reasons why few insurance businesses offer plans for ones and twos; Percentage of uninsured sole proprietors in New York City's Asian community; Cost of...

  • To Grow, or Not to Grow? O'Brien, Elizabeth // Financial Planning;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p25 

    The article focuses on the growth of solo firms and firms with multiple professionals. A survey revealed that owners of solo practices under 10 years old earned a median pretax income of $100,767 compared to the $191,429 of firms with multiple professionals. It cites the reasons that drive a...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics