Financing Your Small Business

Financing Your Small Business

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by James Burk, James E. Burk, Richard Lehmann, Richard P. Lehman
     
 
Financing Your Small Business gives you a sequence for raising capital, shows you ways to combine various types of financing and goes beyond the programs and techniques by teaching you how to get the money you need.Learn- -How to get a bank loan -How to make a better presentation -How to get attention with your business plan -How to determine your investor's status

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Financing Your Small Business gives you a sequence for raising capital, shows you ways to combine various types of financing and goes beyond the programs and techniques by teaching you how to get the money you need.Learn- -How to get a bank loan -How to make a better presentation -How to get attention with your business plan -How to determine your investor's status -How to choose professionals -How to value your business Look at just some of the methods and programs covered by Financing Your Small Business. -Bank Loans -SBA Loans -Retirement Funds -Factoring -Revenue Participation -SBIC Financing -Stock Offerings -Warrants -LLC and LP Interests -Venture Capital Sources When it comes to your chances of receiving financing and doing it right, Financing Your Small Business shows you all the ways to get the money you need.

Author Biography: James E. Burk has been in the private practice of law for over thirty years helping emerging companies in their initial stages of organization and growth. He also assists both domestic and international clients with business matters relating to corporate issues, venture capital financings, securities, and franchise law. He lectures nationally on numerous entrepreneurial legal topics and is the coauthor of How to Start a Business in Maryland, Virginia or the Disctrict of Columbia. Mr. Burke is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin Law School and is a member of the bars of District of Columbia and Texas. Richard P. Lehmann assists clients with a variety of business matters including corporate issues and securities law. He has worked for the United States' Treasury Office of Technical Assistance as a Program Analyst. There, he provided countries of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union with assistance in developing sound financial policy in the areas of tax, government securities, budget, financial institutions, and enforcement. Mr. Lehmann is admitted to practice in the Disctrict of Columbia, Virginia, and Minnesota.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572484504
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
09/01/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
7.14(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.62(d)

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Financing Your Small Business 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a well written, easily understood, and quite entertaining book on business. I am amazed how Burk and Lehmann take complex laws, regulations, and turns them into easily understood and handled tasks. This is designed for someone who thinking about, or has newly opened their small business.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is packed full of content but REALLY easy to read. The sample formation documents in the appendix alone are worth 10x what you pay for the book!