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Financing a Small Business



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Financing a Small Business


Have you written a financial plan for your small business? Are you conducting your research about sources of funds for starting or sustaining your business? AARP and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will answer your questions about financing.

During this free, one-hour webinar, you will learn:
  • how to assess your financial status and needs for your business
  • elements of a strong financial plan
  • types of funding sources, including SBA resources
  • how to sustain financial stability with your enterprise

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We will include time for questions during the live webinar. If you have questions before our webinar, please email them to moneywebinars@aarp.org and we will answer them during the event. Register now.

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