Wealth Creation for Small Business Owners

Wealth Creation for Small Business Owners Avatar Posted by jennybhatt under Finance
From http://freeagenteconomics.com 500 days ago
Made Hot by: jamiesteinberg on December 10, 2012 12:33 am
For a large number of self-employed people, their venture / business IS their retirement plan. A good deal of the wealth that they create tends to get re-invested into the business to keep it going and growing. Here's a gem of a book for self-employed people, particularly small business owners.

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Written by HeatherStone
495 days ago

Jenny,

Thanks for the review and for sharing it with the BizSugar community. I do think small business owners need to seriously look at their businesses as investments. This can be particularly challenging to solopreneurs, self-employed people, or freelancers. How can you create wealth for your small business when your constant input is needed to make your company function? Certainly, all entrepreneurs pour their hearts and souls into their businesses, but, in the end, how do you gain the benefits in both the short-term and long-term that make building a business worthwhile?



Written by jennybhatt
495 days ago

Heather - thanks for the comments. Yes, you hit the nail on the head - it's such a tricky balance between ensuring we're making wealth-smart business decisions, while we're working so hard to nurture/grow it. Appreciate your inputs.



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