How to make sure startup costs don't derail your business

07/22/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

Jill Donenfeld started her personal chef service four years ago in New York in the space behind a friend's Greenwich Village hardware store. Her rent: $100 a month. Working at home or in a friend's space is the best way to save money at a startup, writes Joyce Rosenberg, who also advocates using independent contractors and free or low-cost Internet services.

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