If you're running a small business, you need to be on top of accounting and legal basics yourself if you want to be successful. This practical guide provides all the information you need to get the most out of your accountant and stay out of trouble.
Whether you already own a small business or are starting up, you need to be on top of legal and taxation issues for your business to be a success. Written in jargon-free language, this practical guide covers everything you need to know to ensure you stay on the right side of the authorities and don't encounter nasty surprises.
It provides up to date coverage of: options for ownership structure, approvals and protecting your ideas from competitors; contracts, property, payments and debt management; workplace relations, work health and safety, compliance with trading regulations, and state and federal taxes. It also includes extensive examples, exercises, quizzes, and a glossary with helpful web references and handy tips.
Written to cover competencies required for the Business Services Training Package, Legal and Taxation Aspects of Your Small Business is an essential text for students studying small business management, and a valuable guide for anyone starting out, or already managing a small business.
About the Author
Ian Birt is an accountant and registered tax agent with legal qualifications, and he has been advising small businesses for 30 years. He has taught business management for many years in the vocational system, and has written five successful books covering all aspects of small business management.
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