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Things to Consider Related to Business Finance

Things to Consider Related to Business Finance

Business finance is not just about accounting, although accounting is a necessary part of any type of finance. Essentially, a business must maximise its worth. The way to do this is to balance any type of risk associated with the business and the profits it makes. Anyone considering opening a business needs to consider a few key questions in business finance. 

  1. What projects will be the focus of my business? Where do I want to put my funds?
  2. From where will the funds come to put my business plan into action?
  3. How will any profits from my project be distributed? How much do I want to put back into the company and how much do I want to distribute to owners or stock holders?
  4. Do I want to invest some of the profits? Is investing too much of a risk or will it increase the value of my company?

By putting a great deal of thought and planning into the above (investment, financing, dividends and fund management), the business finance of your company will lie on a solid foundation.

But, how do you begin to finance a business once you have a business plan? Small business, especially, should rely on the following sources for business financing:

·      Venture capital and Angel Investors

·      Small Business Administration Guaranteed Loans

·      Community bank loans

·      Micro-loans

·      Crowd funding

·      Asset-backed lending

·      Peer to peer lending

A couple of the above sources are old ideas (e.g. venture capital and SBA loans). But crowd funding, micro-loans and peer-to-peer lending are new viable ideas fuelled by the internet. Individuals have made millions of start-up dollars by simply posting an idea on a crowd funding website. Creativity and flexibility is always crucial to the development of business finance.

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