Friday, September 19, 2008

September Business at Lake County Public Library

It is important that you set aside funds not only to start your new business, but to keep it going until it makes a profit. There are funds available to be loaned – sometimes at interest rates below the national average. The federal government can be of assistance to you, both with advice and funding through the Small Business Administration. The SBA guarantees loans granted by area banks at lower interest rates. Venture capital firms usually help a business that is already established and needs money to grow.

R658.02207 SMAL Small Business Sourcebook Gale Research Co.

658.1522 ALTE Financing Your Business Made Easy by Ralph Alterowitz
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