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Streetwise Finance & Accounting: How to Keep Your Books and Manage Your Finances Without an MBA, a CPA, or a Ph.D. [Paperback]

Suzanne Caplan
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June 1 2002 Streetwise
Streetwise is devoted exclusively to business topics. From writing business plans, to financing, to building Web site traffic, these books provide everything ambitious business professionals need. Business happens in the real world, not the classroom. Streetwise recognises this and delivers the goods - fast. No fluff. No wasted time. Just cutting-edge information managers and small business entrepreneurs need to run their business successfully.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Finally someone who understands May 5 2004
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I have been in business for the past ten years and have never truly understood or cared about keeping good records. The book breaks down accounting into real life experiences, finally something that I can understand.
It's a must read for all small business people and would recommend it to anyone considering going into business for themselves
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4.0 out of 5 stars recommended for business owners May 5 2004
If you are looking for a resource to help you understand the nuts and bolts of small business accounting, this is an excellent start. The book covers the important issues that business owners need to be aware of without adding a lot of fluff.
**** Recommended for all small business owners looking to understand their finances ****
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1.0 out of 5 stars very very disappointing March 5 2004
don't buy this book, no substance only good for sales
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4.0 out of 5 stars general accounting and finance book Feb. 28 2004
This book is more dictionary, than actual hands on. Also this book is geared to the small business owner (schedule C) or possbile S corp. I was looking for more corporate accounting (C Corp). What you learn is all the most popular accounts to set up. If you already have some basic and immed. knowledge, then this book is more a refresher to you. More likely, I would have my future employees read through it. This way they can understand the basics. Overall, not a bad book, though not for me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Big picture is great! Feb. 21 2001
I felt "streetwise" after reading this book. I think I learned a lot about what financial statements mean, but this book is POORLY copyedited. Mistakes abound.
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