Small Business Startup

If you commit yourself to a small business startup, the only person you have to answer to is yourself.

Being your own boss gives you the freedom to do things your way and implement your own plans.

If you think it is just large companies that make big profits, you are wrong.

There are countless stories of entrepreneurs hitting on a great idea and being independently wealthy.

So if you are dreaming of being the next Richard Branson, stop fantasing-it can really happen.


But before you dive into a small business startup you need a plan. Your plans should include researching small business finance, educating yourself quickly with business book summaries, and writing a comprehensive business plan. It is a good idea to buy the best small business accounting software to help you prepare and manage your financial statements. Visit us now to Get Up To 20% Off QuickBooks Accounting Software Products + Free Shipping

Starting Up a New Business

The Internet is another great place to get free advice. SCORE, for example, boasts a mentor network of more than 10,000 mostly retired entrepreneurs nationwide. You can search by related background and meet the mentor locally or by email. You can also get feedback online from 12,000 peer entrepreneurs at

Go first to a bank to request a loan. If you have a FICO credit score of 680 or more and you're seeking a loan for less than $50,000, you'll likely be granted the loan. Even if the banker can't offer you a loan, ask for his or her advice about how to improve the plan so you can try again. If your credit history is too short, friends and family may be your best shot. But tread carefully: Set the loan up like a formal business transaction that explicitly states when it will be repaid.

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