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Enhancing Family Empowerment: Small and Homebased Businesses - Resource Materials

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Title: Enhancing Family Empowerment: Small and Homebased Businesses - Resource Materials
Authors: Whitaker, Carol S.
Gabbard, Salaia L.
Keywords: American Samoa
small businesses
home-based businesses
business planning
Issue Date: Dec 1998
Publisher: Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project
Citation: Whitaker CS, Gabbard SL. 1998. Enhancing family empowerment: small and homebased businesses - resource materials. Honolulu (HI): ADAP Project. 73 pages. (ADAP Instructional Materials: ADAP 99-6)
Series/Report no.: ADAP Instructional Materials
ADAP 99-6
Abstract: This "Where to Start" information guide is designed to help the reader through the
process of getting a business up and running in American Samoa. It covers proper paper work such as business license, tax records, FICA, workman's comp, etc. It provides information on developing a business plan and obtaining loans and business licenses in American Samoa.
Sponsor: The ADAP Project is a research, extension, and instructional program of the US. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service under Grant No. 94-38826-1079.
Pages/Duration: 73 pages
Appears in Collections:Business Development, Communications, and Human Resources

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