|funding small businesses||0.28||1||2964||51|
|funding small business options||0.19||0.5||59||77|
|funding small business administration||0.32||0.6||1953||84|
|funding small business start up||1.07||0.9||1471||71|
|funding small business and entrepreneurship||0.98||0.2||7647||20|
|funding options for small business||0.56||0.1||650||37|
|funding sources for small businesses||1.25||0.1||8535||5|
|minority funding for small businesses||1.04||0.3||7593||64|
|local funding for small businesses||1||0.9||7664||57|
|grant funding for small businesses||0.34||0.1||4853||13|
|eu funding for small businesses||0.5||0.7||4905||8|
|cdfi funding for small businesses||1.13||1||3739||26|
|best funding for small businesses||1.39||0.8||1629||96|
|bank funding for small businesses||1.73||0.9||5870||34|
There are two basic ways to finance a small business: debt and equity. Debt – a loan or line of credit that provides you a set amount of money that has to be repaid within a period of time. Most loans are secured by assets, which means that the lender can take the assets away if you don’t pay.Does your small business need funding?
The most popular reason small businesses need funding is when things are going well. It could be that they want to acquire another business, add a location, or increase their service offering. To do this, though, they need a capital investment.