So you have a killer idea for a new small business—that’s great! But running a business requires more fuel than a brilliant concept. You probably have a whole lot of questions about starting your business, no matter whether it’s your first time or you’re a serial entrepreneur.If you aren’t mindful, the sea of questions and uncertainties can become overwhelming. That’s why we’re here to help provide answers to some common questions that might be churning in your brain. How do you find funding? Should you hire someone? What do you need to submit to the IRS?The inception of a business is one of the most exciting periods of a company’s lifespans, but, unfortunately, it also one of the most fraught. Diligent research about the nature of running a business and your individual industry is crucial to reaching profitability and expansion.There is no shame in asking for help, especially if getting a business up and running is a whole new endeavor. It is also critical to be honest with yourself about your knowledge base—maybe you’re an expert about your products, but you could use help regarding small business finances. This awareness will help you formulate the questions you need to ask.
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California loans made pursuant to the California Financing Law, Division 9 (commencing with Section 22000) of the Finance Code. All such loans made through Lendio Partners, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lendio, Inc. and a licensed finance lender/broker, California Financing Law License No. 60DBO-44694.