Small Business Management provides a balanced introduction to both entrepreneurship and small business management with a focus on achieving and maintaining a sustainable competitive advantage as a small organization. Current issues including global opportunities, service, quality and technology are highlighted throughout the text. The streamlined format allows instructors to cover the entire text of 18 chapters within a standard semester timeline without sacrificing important topics. The Fifth Edition features a special focus on the impact of the financial crisis on small business management. The online Business Plan Guide and templates provide some of the most extensive information available on business planning. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.You must get a federal employer identification number, which identifies your business for all tax purposes. Your local IRS office can supply you with a business tax kit that contains all of the necessary forms. You must withhold 7.51 percent of an employeea#39;s wages for Social Security tax, and you must pay a matching 7.51 percent ... to the market, the window of opportunity is open the widest (assuming it is a product that people want and will buy), because little competition exists.
|Title||:||Small Business Management: Entrepreneurship and Beyond|
|Author||:||Timothy S. Hatten|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-02-10|