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Financing Your Small Business



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Financing Your Small Business


Are you wondering how to finance your small business? Have you written a financial plan yet? Do you know typical and non-traditional sources of funding? During this free, one-hour webinar on Tuesday, May 13 at 2pm, ET, experts from the Small Business Administration (SBA) and AARP will join forces to help age 50+ individuals get your small business up and running.

This webinar will include:
  • Estimating Startup Costs.
  • Types of funding sources, including from SBA.
  • Non-traditional sources of funding (e.g., crowd funding)
  • How to prepare for dealing with a lending institution.
  • How to financially sustain your business.

Send your questions to moneywebinars@aarp.org before the event to help guide the focus of discussion; we’ll also take questions live during the webinar.

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