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Micro-Funding: Alternative Funding Sources Finding cash to start your business.

Financing Your Start-Up Business Alternatives to the Bank and your Rich Uncle Unless you’re already rich, you need to raise money to fund your small business.  Entrepreneurs have relied on SBA loans, credit cards, and home equity loans to get started.  It’s hard to get funds from a bank or investors because you do not have a track record.  Also, financial institutions may not want invest small amounts of money.  It takes the same...

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Organize Your Business LLC Corporation C S B 501c Partnership

Consider your options for structuring your business You have several options on how your business is organized, and since it could take a couple of months to set some of them up you might as well accomplish this before you are paying rent, insurance, wages …  Your customers or employees won’t really care about organization.  Your creditors, landlord, CPA, the tax man, and possibly insurance carrier will care.  This topic is beyond our...

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Is California the Right Place for your Business?

Is the sun setting on the California Dream? Thinking about Starting a Business in Orange County?  The first question you need to answer is: Should I move to a more Business Friendly State?   Editor’s Note: This article is a little old, but the infor is still relevant.  California won the lottery when many Silicon Valley companies went public, and founders paid huge one-time tax bills to the state.  We are currently projected to have...

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Starting a business in the OC?

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