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Leveraging the equity in your home can be a wise financial move, especially when interest rates are low. For some homeowners, the liquidity offers new opportunities for investing, while for others paying off high-interest debt saves thousands of dollars in interest and on taxes.
 

Would you like to take advantage of the equity you've built in your home? Considering home improvements or just need extra cash for a major purchase? A Home Equity Loan may be the best solution for you.
 

                     Equity Financing


Equity financing requires that you sell an ownership interest in the business in exchange for capital. The most basic hurdle to equity financing is finding investors who are willing to buy into your business; however, the amount of equity financing that you undertake may depend more upon your willingness to share management control than upon the investor appeal of the business. By selling equity interests in your business, you sacrifice some of your autonomy and management rights.

The effect of selling a large percentage of the ownership interest in your business may mean that your own investment will be short-term, unless you retain a majority interest in the business and control over future sale of the business. Of course, many small business operators are not necessarily interested in maintaining their business indefinitely, and your personal motives for pursuing a small business will determine the value you place upon business ownership. Sometimes the bottom line is whether you would rather operate a successful business for several years and then sell your interests for a fair profit, or be repeatedly frustrated in attempts at financing a business that cannot achieve its potential because of insufficient capital.

The specific types of equity financing available to you are, to some extent, determined by the organizational form of your small business. While your choice of business form or "entity" for your small business involves a wide spectrum of other important issues such as the degree of personal risk involved in the type of business, tax considerations, and the need to attract good business manager
 

   
 

 

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