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You Quit Your Job - And started a construction business only to discover you need a contractor’s license and bond. Suddenly you realize it costs real money. Now that's stressful.
Ask A Friend Or Relative - To loan you some start-up capital and they agree on condition you are partners in the business and each have an equal share. You do all the work they get half the profits and you politely refuse. This is getting very stressful
Go To Your Bank - And they offer you a line of credit. They don't want to be partners they just want everything you own used for collateral. You say O.K. and then find out the interest rate is 24% and they can call the loan due if you miss a payment and take everything you own. This is getting extremely stressful
Use Credit Cards - And supplier accounts to finance your new business and be very careful about what you buy.
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