ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #6: "Start Up Costs & Financing Your Business" includes information on the costs of getting started in a business (with suggestions for possible expenses to consider), how to finance the business, where to go for loans and the process for getting a loan, how to start up a business with little money, and how to choose vendors. We offer fill-in forms in our store for every tip/chapter should you wish to purchase it. This Tip (Chapter) is also included in the affordable "12 Tips" BUNDLE booklet which is also available here in our store on TpT.
This Tip includes a comprehensive overview of an entrepreneurs start-up costs and financing a business. Start-up cost estimates consist of three parts: Fixed assets list (furniture, equipment, and fixtures), Expenses prior to opening (purchases on beginning inventory, insurance, advertising, licenses, promotion, supplies), and Working capital (cushion of money needed in case sales don’t happen as quickly as planned). Finding money to launch and maintain your business is critical to your success. Your personal money is one of the most important money sources. Other financial sources discussed are: equity financing, silent partner, debt financing, venture capitalists, and the Small Business Administration. This Tip presents the loan application process, starting a business with little money, and more.
What? I need money to start a business? How much money do I have to have? Where do I go for a loan? How’s my credit? Mom? Dad? Anyone out there?
As a new business owner, you need to determine what it will cost to start up your business and how you are going to finance the start-up costs. What other hidden costs could you encounter as you set up your business and hopefully be profitable? In Tip #6, you will learn how to calculate your start-up costs and look at your options for financing your business.
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Listed below are links to the other instructional parts, which may be of interest to you. Click the item to open the link in a new window
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - "12 Tips" for the Aspiring Entrepreneur BUNDLE
- This BUNDLE includes all 12 Tips. Save approximately 30% off the price by purchasing the "12 TIPS" for the Aspiring Entrepreneur BUNDLE (all 12 Tips in one booklet.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #1: "Think & Act Like an Entrepreneur"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #2: "Set Goals"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #3: "Business Ownership"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #4: "Market Research"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #5: "Write a Business Plan"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #6: "Start Up Costs & Financing Your Business"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #7: "Operating Procedures"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #8: "Financial Management"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #9: "Marketing the Business"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #10: "Using the Web"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #11: "Networking & Professional Organizations"
ENTREPRENEURSHIP - Tip #12: "Next Steps . . ."
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If you wish to establish a more comprehensive in-school entrepreneurial program for the students in your school, two outstanding resources that tie in very well with “12 Tips” for the Aspiring Entrepreneur are MBA: Get Real!!! Part I and MBA: Get Real!!! Part II. These manuals are "TURN KEY" and all-inclusive (teacher information and instructional tools, steps for implementation, rubrics, timeline, standards addressed, samples, student handouts, etc. - EVERYTHING you need for implementation). They are available here on this TpT website. Please check out these two resource for yourself and G-R-O-W your program.
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