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Chris Bell

Getting Money To Launch Your Home Business



So you want to start a business out of your home. Maybe you’ve been making soups or candles, or maybe you’re really good at writing, or maybe you know how to put together a killer website. Whatever your talent you’ve decided you want to exploit it and make yourself some money, but you need some money to get started.

Maybe you need a new computer that can handle your workload, some more yarn, or maybe you just need the money to live off for six months will you give this new venture a full-time “go” and drop your day job. So, how do you get the money?

Try A Small Loan

Payday loans can really be easy for anyone to get. If you don’t need a ton of money, maybe just a couple hundred bugs for a printer, some art supplies, or a new CD-ROM to attach to your computer, a payday loan could be the perfect route, just make sure you pay it off quickly.

If you need a couple thousand dollars you may want to consider going the small business loan route. Talk to your bank and find out what the requirements are for this loan type. You may need to have your business turned into something legitimate before you can apply, or you may be able to go with a small personal loan instead.

Get Donation From People

Crowdfunding is definitely a good way to go for people looking to get some money they don’t need to pay back. Many people have launched small and home businesses using crowdfunding. They’ve gotten the money to launch new board games, record their band’s next CD, and even made the money to buy a new sound recording system.

The key to successful crowdfunding is to get the word out there about it. No matter what great info you post, the stellar video explaining your idea, and all the awesome rewards people can get for their donations will do you no good if no one sees your campaign. Share it everywhere, even print and hang flyers around town.

Try Out For Some Grants

You could also look into getting some grants. There are different grants available for different people and different businesses. If you want to start a writing business or making a living as a published author you may be able to get some writer grants.

If you’re an artist, no matter what you want to do with your art, look into art funding. You’d be amazed at what you might find. Every little bit you get could help to make your business something big, and who doesn’t want to do what they love for a living?


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