Key Business Loan Issues
When you start a business, you generally have two ways to raise capital: loans and equity contributions. There are some obvious disadvantages to loans. They require you, for example, to pay back the lender whether or not the business is successful, which is not the case with equity contributions. But the advantage of a typical loan is that if your business prospers, the lender is only entitled to an interest return on its loan — not a percentage of the profits or a share in the company that an investor would expect.
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