It’s surprisingly inexpensive to start a business today — as little at $3000, according to the Small Business Administration. However, as encouraging as that is to aspiring business owners, the costs to run that business every day are a bit more complex. Before research and development, and before you even rent an office space, you might want to know how much money you’ll need to make your product. These are your direct costs.
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