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Getting the Money You Need to Run Your Business

 

Starting a new business is a lot of work, and coming up with the financing you need is a big part of the process.

Whether you are hoping to build a large business or a small business, you’ll likely need some capital to get started.

There are several things you can do to gain funding for your business, let’s look more closely at some of the possibilities.

Getting the Money You Need to Run Your Business

Personal Financing is Simple and Effective

One option is investing your savings into your business. Investing your own money in your business can be risky, but in the end it leaves you in debt only to yourself.

Using your own capital to start your business also allows you the option of exploring other means in the future, such as a loan or credit. Rather than taking on an initial debt, you can use your savings, and only take on debt if you need to down the line.

Small Loans Can Help You Get Started

If you are starting a small company with a small startup cost, a small personal loan may be enough to cover the cost. For financial needs under $5000 personal loans are a good option.

Whether or not a personal loan is the best option for your particular situation is based on a number of factors, including your credit score and the amount of risk the bank determines is involved with your business.

Crowdfunding Opens Up Vast Possibilities

The digital age has made way for something called crowdfunding.

This option is most easily available for businesses that offer a tangible product, but can sometimes be used for service based businesses as well.

With crowdfunding the business essentially promises a product or service in advance to those who contribute, in order to gain the capital needed to finance the business.

For example, a musician may do a crowdfunding campaign using an online service, in exchange for a copy of their new album when it is released.

Local Resources Are Here To Help You

If you have a strong local community it may be worth looking into business grants and funding through the chamber of commerce or other organization.

Some towns have money set aside to help improve the area, and strong businesses are good for the community.

Investors

Another great option for your business is to reach out to potential investors. By giving them some stake in your company, you can receive the funding you need while they continue to receive a kickback for a predetermined amount of time.

Unsure of How to Proceed With Financing For Your Small Business?

By working with a financial advisor, you can determine the best direction for the success of your company.

At CFO Source, our skilled team can carefully analyze your business and help you determine what your best course of action is.

Don’t get bogged down with uncertainty. Work with a company who is ready to lend their aid. Call CFO Source today at 443-487-7733.

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"We struggled for several years with high turnover in our bookkeeper position, which resulted in missed billings and duplicate payments. Craig Kershaw was able to locate a high caliber person who quickly took over the accounting and is now helping to expand the business into new markets. I no longer worry about whether my accounting is being done properly."

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