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Shoestring Budget Success

Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Posted by Molly Nelson - The WSJ profiles three small-business owners who started their businesses on shoestring budgets of less than $150. If you have questions about starting a business on a shoestring budget, be sure to ask the experts at Shop Talk for advice, and check out an article on shoestring's cousin, bootstrapping, in the September/October issue of Self-Employed magazine.

Did you start your business on a shoestring budget? Share your experience and any advice in the comments!

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1 Comment

  1. 1 Meriv 08 Aug
    This is telling about shoe string budget success and self made articles. The details you can read to find many and successive stories. Every point is important for me to get many opportunities.


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