Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association - restaurantbusinesskit

By: Conseil Des Chaînes De Restaurants Du Québec  09-12-2011
Keywords: Restaurant Accounting

Restaurant Business Kit
Member: $89.95, Non-member: $99.95

Newly Updated! The kit now includes the Canadian Restaurant Accounting Book.

Whether you are just starting up or are already in the business, this comprehensive kit is designed to meet your needs.  It covers all the key Canadian business issues – from writing a business plan to filing legal forms to restaurant accounting principles – in easy-to-read books and convenient CD-ROMs.  A $225.00 value available for as little as $89.95.

The Kit includes:

  • Start and Run a Restaurant Business, B. Cooper, B. Floody, G. McNeill (Self-Counsel Press, 2005) with accompanying CD-ROM
  • CRFA's Canadian Restaurant Accounting - Second Ed., by Douglas P. Fisher."
  • Canadian Legal Guide for Small Business, N. Swais (Self-Counsel Press, 2005)
  • Foodservice Facts Magazine
  • CRFA's Foodservice Buyers Guide (most current edition)
  • Small Business Forms on CD-ROM
  • Partnership Agreement Forms on CD-ROM
  • CRFA membership information

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Product Code: RC-1045

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Restaurant Accounting

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