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Sufficient Grounds to Start a Business

By Marty Nemko

A steaming business idea? Sell espresso from carts. That $3 latte costs pennies to make, and carts allow low rent and often optimal locations: in front of supermarkets, office buildings, hospital lobbies, malls, stadiums, or a combination thereof. As with all businesses, there are things to watch out for. For example, if the hospital director sees you getting rich just by pouring coffee, he can toss you and install his intellectually challenged nephew. So get a long lease. Worried about status? Remember, you're not selling coffee, you're president of the California Cappucchino Company with operations throughout California.

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