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Business Savvy - Business Finances
Written by April Boone   

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Small business start-ups are all built with one purpose in mind: making money! Any enterprising individual with a good outlook towards hard work and a willingness to dedicate his time and resources into starting up his business is likely to do wonders in three years max! And the best part is: You don't have to use your own resources!

When you're opening up a new business, NEVER use your own money. It's never worth it to put all your eggs, or savings as the case may be, in one basket! Where there are banks, there is money. However, money does come with a lot of strings attached: Repayment is Numero Uno! Getting a private loan is the way to go.

There are many risks attached to business. With a loan, the bank takes on all of these on your behalf. And why not, when it gets drastic returns on its money? Any business worth the money put into it must have a great deal of work done on its inception. The first task at and involves building a proposal for it. So you have a gut instinct that it's going to work. Good for you, but the bank needs more than that!

Selling your idea right is what matters. Perform research. Put out statistical data, that shows why you're likely to succeed in doing what you want to do. Build a rock-solid foundation for your case. Then, and only then, should you approach your lending facility.

Making the proposal: Ensure that it entails all the details of your business venture. This includes the type of business, products or services sold, location of business, financial assistance required, methods of repayment, current credit rating, past records, statistical data on the business, target clientele, and so on and so forth.

If you do not end up qualifying for a loan, do not despair. Try again, and again. As an enterprising person, you'll surely be successful!


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