5:50 am June 16, 2010, by Henry Unger
I’m no genius. So a book with a name that starts “The Complete Idiot’s Guide …” generally grabs my attention.
Atlanta CPA and consultant Gail Margolies Reid has written a new book called “The Complete Idiot’s Guide To Low-Cost Startups” to help would-be entrepreneurs navigate the process of doing it on their own, AJC reporter David Markiewicz writes.
Reid, 55, of Alpharetta, said that the beauty of the low-cost venture — which she fixes at $1,000 or less — is that most people can try it with minimal financial risk.
She offers information on more than 100 business opportunities, such as landscape installation, elder companionship and pet daycare, Markiewicz reports.
Reid includes estimates of startup costs, first-year revenues, expected time commitment and pricing suggestions.
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