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Money Matters: Financing Your Bootstrapped Startup Business

When it comes to business, money talks. You might have got involved in business and …

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  1. This might just be me personally, but I only spend money investing into my business.   For this reason I AVOID credit cards at all costs.  I prefer things like venture capital or angel investing (http://www.connexx.com/alternatives.html) for my purposes.  Thanks for this information though!

    • Yes, I think venture capital and angel investing are good opportunities for funding a business. For those entrepreneurs who don’t have access or who want to start something on a smaller scale, credit cards may be okay for part of the funding…like getting office supplies. 🙂 Credit cards can be dangerous if they represent 50+% of a business owner’s funding. Thanks for sharing the investing sites and for your comment.

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