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Understanding the Ins and Outs of Funding Your Small Business and Keeping it Financially Viable

02:00 PM EDT October 22, 2013

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Understanding the Ins and Outs of Funding Your Small Business and Keeping it Financially Viable

Participate in a deep-dive discussion on how to finance your small business. Business owners, the Small Business Administration (SBA), and AARP will provide key information about how to assess the financial needs of your small business and point you to sources of funds.

Get questions answered on topics like:
  • Elements of a financial plan.
  • Types of funding sources, including from SBA.
  • How to financially sustain your business.
  • And, more!

Since this is a Q&A session, we encourage you to submit questions in advance to moneywebinars@aarp.org so that we can incorporate them into the discussion. Register now to join us on Tuesday, October 22, at 2:00 pm, ET.

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