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how to start a business with no money

How to Start a Business with No Money

All businesses require capital to cover their startup and operational expenses. Unfortunately, this leaves many entrepreneurs facing the age-old paradox: How do you start a business if you don’t have any money? A report published by Wells Fargo found that most small businesses need an average of $10,000 to get up and running. While some…

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How to Get a Business License

If you’re planning to operate a business, one of the first things you will need to do is acquire the necessary licenses and permits. Failure to do so could leave your new business subject to fines or, in extreme cases, forced closure by your state or local municipality. While there are several types of licenses…

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How to Qualify for a Business Loan

Just because you apply for a business loan, there’s no guarantee that you’ll get approved for it. According to research cited by Small Business Trends, banks only approve about one-quarter of all small business loan applications. It can be frustrating when you spend time and energy applying for a loan, only for the lender to…

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How Do Business Loans Work?

Millions of entrepreneurs use loans to fund their business. Loans are a form of debt-based funding, providing entrepreneurs with the capital needed to get their business up and running. It allows companies to purchase equipment, hire employees, rent or lease a building, and cover other expenses that are essential to their business’s operations. For those…

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How Do I Apply for a Business Loan?

Business loans offer a convenient way for entrepreneurs to fund their business. If you’re considering starting a business, you should weigh your options carefully. One of the main advantages to a business loan is that you won’t have to forfeit equity in your business. This means that you can retail full ownership. You will, however,…

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