How And Where Can You Get Money To Finance Your Small Business?
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Don't rule out simple and close-by solutions such as credit cards. They are becoming more and more of a real alternative for small businesses just starting.
Take a look at www.prosper.com. I have been a lender on the site for three years. Prosper is a community based lending site bringing many investors together spreading out the risk.
If you reside in the United States, there is a Small Business Administration located in the City Government. The SBA’s purpose is to help people start and maintain a small business and their role is to help with planning, including providing funds or the direction on how to get funding sources. Best of all, it’s free!
Here's a Hub of financing the purchase of a small business using an SBA Loan http://buyabiz.hubpages.com/hub/How-to- … h-SBA-loan
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