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  1. 4 Key Questions to Help You Get Ready for Angel Investors

    Angel investment has become an important source of funding for startups and growing companies. However, as you consider seeking funding from angel investors, it is important to know what you are getting into and what to expect. Given here are questions to ask to help determine if you are ready for angel investment.

  2. Startup Funding: 3 Key Issues to Know When Raising Money

    When it comes to raising money for startups, entrepreneurs often times run into a couple roadblocks. Asking for funding can be very challenging, especially if you’ve never done it before. In the article and video I discuss some of the common challenges raising money for your startup company and why it’s necessary to keep working through the obstacles.

  3. Don’t Startup with an LLC Structure

    Are you starting a new company and are trying to figure out whether a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation is the right legal structure for your business? There is a lot of information on the Internet about which type of legal structure is best for startups. And there is no shortage of opinions when you talk to accountants, attorneys, and business contacts. You ultimately will need to determine what is best for you and your business, but I wanted to provide some practical perspective based on what I see with actual startups and their experiences.

  4. Convertible Debt – It’s Not Stock Until the Debt Converts Into Equity

    Entrepreneur’s Question: “How should I expect liquidation preferences for holders of convertible notes to work?”

  5. Equity Crowdfunding – 5 Ways to Get Ready Now

    Equity crowdfunding will allow your company to raise money online by selling small amounts of stock to a large number of individual investors. As you plan ahead for your business, it’s important to get your company ready for equity crowdfunding.

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