Capital Raising for Small Businesses and Free Lancers: Legal and Practical Aspects

When starting your own business, it is important to keep in mind what makes your company investable, where is your financial support is coming from, and the legal and tax implications in raising capital. You can either go the DIY route or hire a professional who can assist you in cutting through the red tape.

You also need to know the difference between seed funding, traditional and alternative lenders, angel investors, and venture capital to ensure you get the most out of your capital campaign. This presentation provides a great overview of all of this as well as how to design a winning campaign for your new business.

Capital Raising For Small Businesses And Free Lancers


If you are interested in more detail related to your situation it is best to speak with an attorney.

Jeffrey Bekiares is a securities lawyer with over 8+ years of experience, and is co-founder at both Founders Legal and SparkMarket. He can be reached at jeff@founderslegal.com


Source: Smartup Legal

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