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Where to Get Money to Start a Business



Last Updated: Jul 10, 2018
Where can you get money to start your business? Start-up funding is one of the biggest challenges a new business needs to address. Here are 18 ways to get your startup business launched, even if you have little or no money.

What’s the biggest obstacle to starting a business? For most people, the biggest stumbling block is how to get the money to start the business. When you calculate your startup costs and then add in the amount of money you need to cover your personal expenses during the startup phase, getting enough money to start your new business can seem like an impossible dream.

Nevertheless hundreds of thousands of individuals a year do find the money to start a business. How do they do it? More importantly, how can you get funds for a new business? Consider these startup financing solutions. Some are nearly risk-free. Others involve significant financial risk and should be used with caution.

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For additional suggestions see, this list of common sources of financing for small businesses as well as the articles on our business loans and financing topic page.

About the author:
Janet Attard is the founder of the award-winning  Business Know-How small business web site and information resource. Janet is also the author of The Home Office And Small Business Answer Book and of Business Know-How: An Operational Guide For Home-Based and Micro-Sized Businesses with Limited Budgets.  Follow Janet on Twitter and on LinkedIn

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