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20 Best Ways To Finance A Business Start-Up

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Chris Motola

Chris Motola

Finance Writer at Merchant Maverick
Chris Motola is a writer, programmer, game designer, and product of NY. These days he's mostly writing about financial products, but in a past life he wrote about health care and business. He's a graduate of the University of Central Florida.
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    Quinn Echols

    This info is very helpful…I am seeking funding to purchase a radio station in Louisiana..The micro loan process seems to be a viable lane to consider as a minority owned broadcast facility..This is a existing business with minimal income what do you suggest as the next move in my journey to get funding?

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      Jessica Dinsmore

      Hi Quinn,
      Did you have any particular lenders in mind? Are you thinking SBA loans? Or through another program? In general, I’d suggest getting your personal and business information ready, seeing what you qualify for, and making sure you meet all of the check-marks. Good luck!

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