The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 9. Getting Money, Managing Cash Flow (Financial Planning, Accounting, Payroll, Inventory Control, Collecting Debts, Business Loan, Venture Capital)

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Most aspiring entrepreneurs go to their local banks to borrow money but they are routinely rejected. If you live in a boom area, it's easier to get a business loan. Cash businesses like restaurants, bars, stores, etc. often won't get a business loan because there is a temptation to hide the cash and default on the loan. In general, the three major ways to get money to start a business are: Business Loan. Do it all by yourself. Get an investor or partner. If you expect to get either a loan or an investor, at the very least, you have to write a business plan. Even with a finely honed business plan, chances are that by itself, you will get nothing. You have to start the company yourself, even if on a shoestring, do some business, operate for awhile before outside investors or banks start to look at you as a worthy risk. The best you can do is run your small business as good as you can and network around to build professional relationships.
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April 16, 2014
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