Are you thinking about starting a business, or have you recently started a new venture?
You certainly aren't alone. In fact, 543,000 small businesses are started in the United States every month.
That's the good news. Less good: half won't make it until year 5.
The biggest challenge you're likely to face is not having access to the money you need to fully execute your business plan.
Think of your business like a video game: you don't want to play Super Mario Brothers with only one Mario. You want 5 "lives" because somewhere along the way, you're going to press the wrong button. Money for your business doesn't guarantee success, but having access to "do-overs" certainly makes it more likely.
The biggest tragedy to all this:
There's plenty of money out there for startup business loans.
You just may not know all the rocks to look under. Let's look at 15 ways you can access money for your new business.
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