The Farmington Community Library, in cooperation with the Farmington-Farmington Hills
Chamber of Commerce and gifts from private individuals, is pleased to be able to offer assistance to
the small business community by providing resources in the Entrepreneur Collection.
This bibliography is selective in nature; it includes those books specifically designated as being part of
the Entrepreneur Collection for Small Business. The Library has many other resources to assist
entrepreneurs including legal form books; current tax publications; accounting and bookkeeping
texts; directories of manufacturers and suppliers; demographic information sources; federal, state,
and local laws and regulations; advertising and public relations manuals; industry trends;
electronic databases and much more.
Accounting and Finance for Your Small Business
James Burton and Steven Bragg
Covers small business accounting, financial analysis, insurance requirements, and tax issues.
Includes ready-to-use forms, checklists and spreadsheets.
Entrepreneur Collection 658 B
American Marketplace: Demographics and Spending Patterns
This comprehensive book is an invaluable resource for anyone who needs demographic and
spending data but does not have the time or skills to research the numbers. Contains information
often available only in unpublished reports or on one of the government’s many web sites.
Entrepreneur Collection 317.3 H
Anatomy of a Business Plan: A Step-By-Step Guide to Building a Business and Securing
Your Company’s Future
Linda Pinson and Jerry Jinnett
Create a polished, professional plan with this step-by-step guide.
Entrepreneur Collection 658.4 P
Basic Guide to Exporting
U. S. Department of Commerce
A good general guide to exporting. The appendices have excellent sources of assistance at the state
and federal levels, contacts for overseas markets, and a very good annotated bibliography.
Entrepreneur Collection 658.848 B
Business Plans Handbook