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First steps to building a business

If you interview a group of random people and ask them what their dream is, many of them will tell you that their dream is to start a business. While admirable, building a new business from scratch can be one of the largest challenges a person can meet. Here are a few things you should keep in mind.

1. Necessary stationery and printed goods. You want to make sure you have necessary stationery, such as envelopes, business checks, business cards, etc. Because most of these things take time to print, you'll need to place your order ahead of time. Using Deluxe coupons is the recommended way of getting the business checks at a low price.

2. Licenses and permits. This is one area that new business owners frequently overlook. But unless you want fines and other headaches down the road, it's worth your extra time and money to make sure you have all the required licenses and permits. You can get most of the licenses and permits you need for $100 or less.

3. A website. This is a given, and it used to cost a lot of money to have a custom website designed. Today, it's still a good idea to hire a professional firm to make your website if you are a mid-large size company; however, in other cases, some out-of-the-box solutions like wix are not only cheaper but more appropriate for your needs.


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