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Need help in getting alternatives for start up funding for a new business
My credit score has droped and I'm having trouble getting approved for a personal loan or a new credit card

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Usually when getting into business, the less that you finance the better. Business can get slow at times no matter what business you are in and the payments will keep coming regardless. That is one of the biggest reasons that most businesses fail. In small business I don't advise on looking for partners either, you will have different ideas and work ethic and that will eventually clash, on top of that you have to split the profits. I am not sure what type of business you intend on going into, but do your best to avoid financing as much as you can, start with second hand or used equipment and supplies for cash then as you go you can finance more expensive things if it works out. 

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