How to start your own business while you’re still employed

Building your own business without having to give up the financial security of a regular salary can be a great way to test the water and validate your business idea before taking the plunge into full-time entrepreneurship. Many successful entrepreneurs start working on their business as a side hustle. And while it may be hard work, research shows they're less likely to fail than those "who jump in without having the safety net of employment," writes Pratik Dholakiya. Here, he shares his top tips for keeping your current employment while preparing the foundations of your business.

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