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Financing your Business

How to Use Your 401k or IRA to Start or Buy a Business

December 8, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

You can use your 401k or IRA to start or buy a business in three main ways: cash out the funds, borrow against them, or use a rollover for business startups (ROBS). The only 401k business funding option that doesn’t […]


Financing your Business

Ecommerce Business Plan – How to Start Your Online Business off Right

May 30, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

An ecommerce business plan defines and directs the various factors that go into an online store’s launch and continued growth. Like all business plans, cost estimates and budget forecasts are part of the equation. But for some ecommerce businesses, the […]


Financing your Business

Landing a Revenue-Sharing Deal to Finance Your Business

May 18, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

John Stewart knew his company needed a hefty cash infusion to transition from a cloud services provider to a software provider. But without physical assets to borrow against, a bank loan was out of the question; venture capital wasn’t an […]


Financing your Business

Small Business Credit Cards: What Could Go Wrong?

May 2, 2017

Via: FindLaw

Not all of us have the personal capital or investors needed to finance our small business completely. That means borrowing some money, normally in the form of a small business loan or a small business credit card that can fund […]


Financing your Business

How to Finance a New Business by Rolling Over Your Retirement Funds

April 26, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

In times of tight credit, you can finance a new business or franchise by rolling your retirement funds into your new company. You pay no income taxes or early withdrawal penalties, avoid debt and have money available immediately to rent […]


Financing your Business

4 Steps for Growing Your Coaching Business to $1 Million a Year

March 29, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

Depending on where you’re at right now in your coaching business, an income of $1 million dollars may seem intimidating, or even out of reach. But the fact is, scaling your coaching business to seven figures per year and beyond […]


Financing your Business

How to Crowdfund Your Small Business

March 27, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

Got Crickets? Alex Drysdale is the founder of Crik Nutrition, a company that sells protein powder made with crickets (yes, the insect!). When Drysdale launched his company in 2014, he planned to get a loan to fund startup costs. However, […]


Financing your Business

How Much Is Your Business Worth?

March 27, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

Annual Sales times industry multiple and annual profits times industry multiple are the two most common valuation formulas used by both buyers and sellers to estimate of the value of a business. Having valuations based on both formulas will give […]


Financing your Business

Revolving Credit: How To Get Extra Cash For Your Business

March 24, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

Revolving credit can be a lifeline when your small business faces an emergency, or simply needs extra cash for unexpected short-term purchases. There are two main types of revolving credit: business lines of credit (also called revolving lines of credit) […]


Financing your Business

Small Business Accounting Software – Which one is The Best?

March 20, 2017

Via: Fit Small Business

For this guide we looked at all the top small business accounting programs and compared their features, pricing and customer support. Below is our recommendation for the best small business accounting software, and a detailed comparison of the three top […]