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Finding the money to fund your venture can be challenging.  Make sure you are aware of all opportunities available to you.

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  • Accounting and Finance for Your Small Business
    by Steven M. Bragg and E. James Burton
    Both those new to the business and the long-established entrepreneur will benefit from this work. It includes essential checklists for every area of the entrepreneur’s financial realm, from fraud prevention to financing options.
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Finance for Small Business Owners
    by Ken Little
    This book features crucial information on working with investors, giving banks numbers that are meaningful to them and exploring new ideas for financing growth.
  • Investors in Your Backyard
    by Asheesh Advani.
    In this book, the founder and CEO of a loan administration company provides information, documents, calculations and step-by-step instructions on raising business capital from gifts, loans and equity investments from friends, family and other private parties.
  • Raising Venture Capital for the Serious Entrepreneur
    by Dermot Berkery
    This is an all-in-one sourcebook for entrepreneurs seeking venture capital from investors. It offers a complete analysis of the venture capital process, together with the guidance and strategies you need to capture investments and strike the best possible deal.
  • The SBA Loan Book
    by Charles H. Green
    This book provides step-by-step instructions on how to maneuver through the complex maze of eligibility, qualification and approval needed to get SBA financing. It includes information on policy changes, including Revision E, the 504 program and the SBA Express program.

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