Management of sole proprietorship, Finance Basics

Management of Sole Proprietorship

 In sole proprietorship the owner is usually in charge of day to day running of the business. If the business is large he may give some duties to his trusted employees or family members. But the overall control and decision-making powers rest with the owner. The sole proprietor decides on to how manage the business in the most effective way. 

 

 

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