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Where can I get a loan with poor credit to start a business

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As a fellow business owner, having cash flow for the next 5 years is unnessary. What you need is a business plan for the next 5 years. And then analyze how you're going to surpass your break even point, and then profitability. Waiting for profitability after 3 years is uncommon, and could defeat the purpose of owning your own business (in most cases this is why some business owners lose their businesses due to severe debt). Unless you're in the restaurant market, where profitability is not seen not even after the 1st year. You need to be more specific. Contact a financial advisor, invest money on your business plan. Rather to get in debt inmediately.

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Anyone who wants to start a business should have sufficient cash reserves to cover the expenses for the next five years because most new businesses do not even break-even until at least 3 years in.  Contact the Small Business Administration.

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