1. Write a business proposal as if you were going to write one to obtain a loan from a banker. Discuss what the business does, the market demand for the product or service, how you intend to market your product or service, include financial projections: in what time frame do you anticipate the business will be making a profit. Include financial statements and tax returns.

2. State how much money you need, what the money will be used for and the terms of the loan such as the interest rate, how you intend to pay thee https://remontibudowa.com/
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3. Don’t forget the tax benefits in using a promissory note, if for some reason you are unable to repay the loan in full, the lender will be entitled to a tax deduction known as “bad debt”. Warren Buffet who is now the second richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of 40Billion, raised $105,000 for his first business from 7 partners, two of which were his sister and aunt.

Equity in Exchange for Expertise

 

If you have a brilliant idea you maybe able to find others, who in exchange for there services are willing to accept some form of equity. This can be legal services, engineering services, or marketing services, the possibilities are endless. For example: many new start-ups require legal formation such as becoming a corporation. You can contact licensed attorneys in your area, who specialize in start-ups, many attorneys if the idea is one where the potential for future profits is great, will agree to postpone legal labor costs, and will request you only pay upfront costs, such as the filing fees. You can offer anywhere from 1-2%, for the postponement of legal fees and agree to pay the legal fe