21.5 Funding Sources for Your Home Business

Funding your business is simple not easy. True it is easy to get money when you have a traditional business. You will find it hard press to get the banks to give you a loan for your affiliate, network, direct sales, or internet marketing business.

If you are a licensed professional like a real estate agent, insurance agent, or certified financial planners good luck on traditional funding sources.

This guide will give you 21.5 ways to funding your home business. Looking to raise between $500-$10,000? Then this is for you. You may want to offer top-tier products and get paid higher commissions. But you don’t have the money to invest in your business to offer top-tier services. I give 21.5 ways to fund your business.

Here are 21.5 ways to fund your business:

Quick Funding Sources

1. Personal Savings: The simplest way to fund your home business. You are investing your personal savings into a cash flowing business that will

Financial Statement Analysis for Sales and Marketing Executives

While it is not necessary to be a qualified accountant to design a Strategy for Sales Perfection, a basic understanding of what is involved in financial analysis is essential for anyone in sales and marketing. It is too enticing, and often too easy, to use “blue skies” thinking in planning sales and marketing activities. It is even easier to spend money without fully realizing the return one is getting for it. It is critical that sales and marketing executives be more disciplined and analytical in the way they go about planning, executing and evaluating the sales and marketing plans and strategy. One way of introducing more discipline into the process is by having a basic understanding of the financial implications of decision making, and how financial measures can be used to monitor and control marketing operations. The purpose of this text is to provide exactly that, and the first chapter deals basically with an introduction to the activities involved in

Heating and Cooling Is An Important Business

Responsibility is a big part of being a homeowner. Part of that responsibility includes routine maintenance on certain parts of your home. Unfortunately there are times when emergency repairs are necessary and these repairs can get quite costly. One of the most common repair issues homeowners have is with their heating and cooling system.

When it comes to purchasing, installing, servicing or repairing your heating and cooling system you can’t trust just anyone. Homeowners want to find a company that provides high-quality workmanship, unparalleled service and complete customer satisfaction. Many people will rely on word-of-mouth referrals from family and friends to find a company like this. There are certain qualities that a person will often look for when choosing their service or repair company. Some of these qualities might include a good rating from the Better Business Bureau, the provision of twenty-four hour emergency service, a business that is licensed, bonded and insured, technicians that are certified and provision of

Buying A Home – Some Helpful Tips

The benefits of being a homeowner:

  • Making mortgage payments is like having a savings account that accumulates savings (equity) for the homeowner, not the landlord.
  • Buying a home is considered to be a wise investment by many because real estate generally increases in value over time.
  • Mortgage interest and property taxes may be tax deductible. (check with a tax advisor)
  • Personal satisfaction of having a home you can call your own to share and enjoy with family and friends.

As an example, let’s look at the purchase of a $200,000 house putting 20% down ($40,000).. At an appreciation rate of 5% annually, a $200,000 home would increase in value $10,000 the. first year. That means the homeowner earned $10,000 in one year with just a $40,000 investment. In fancier investment terms, that makes the ROI (Return on Investment) 25% the first year! What stock or money fund has produced that kind of ROI in the last few years? Added to

Understanding an Offer in Compromise and How It Can Help Your Business

There has been a great deal in the news and the media about an ‘Offer of compromise’ which is a mechanism created to help small businesses struggling with debt. This article helps to explain what an offer in compromise (OIC) is and how it can help you if you have a small business that is struggling with debt.

An OIC is a formal support program you can use for help if you meet the eligibility requirements. It will help you to settle previously unpaid federal taxes for pennies on every dollar. Not every small business will qualify for the program, however so you should find out about whether you qualify, and possible speak to an adviser who is experienced in this area. They will be able to help you get through the whole process if you qualify because it can be a complicated process to complete.

First step is to file all the previous tax returns that have not been