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Investing in a Family Business?

My sister-in-law runs a very small bakery operation out of my mother-in-law's kitchen.  As far as I know, it is a sole proprietorship.  She sells specialty baked goods for everything from kids parties to holidays and weddings.  I don't even like sweets all that much ... but her products are phenomenally good. She's recently purchased a booth at an enormous semi-annual bridal show in town.  I have no doubt that she'll see massive growth after the first show ... possibly to the extent of catering…See More
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