Finding money is an art you can learn. You can learn who has money, how they operate, and how you can convince them to lend or invest in your business.This book with answer your questions about:+ What kinds of loans, grants, and other financing are available+ How much money should I borrow or raise+ What kind of small business loans or investment am I likely to qualify for+ How do I prepare a business loan application or investment prospectus+ How do I prepare an cash flow proforma+ How do I go about finding venture capital or angel investors + What can I do to bootstrap my business if I can't find a lender or investorIf you're an entrepreneur starting a business, planning a home-based business, or running a fast growing firm, Finding Money will help you finance your dream.qOne of the best books I've ever read on the subjectq - David Thornburgh, Director Wharton Small Business Development CenterFixed and Floating Rates can be either fixed (where they stay at the original level throughout the life of the loan), floating (where they are set to vary with the Prime rate of interestaalso known as Wall Street Prime, which is the rate publishedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Finding Money - the Small Business Guide to Financing|
|Author||:||Kate Lister, Tom Harnish|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-04-17|