One of the biggest hurdles when opening your small business is getting financing. Here we have gathered some of the books we have in the Small Business Resource collection and also a few links to get you started with borrowing money, and finding investors. We have also included information pertaining to other small business money matters, such as accounting.
*All books listed are located at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. Please contact Darcia Scates at email@example.com or call 954-357-6227 (Reference Desk) to place the item on hold.
ACCION USA is a microfinance organization, which means they offer small flexible loans to entrepreneurs that have limited access to traditional forms of credit.
Brooklyn Public Library's How Do I Find Financing for My Small Business?
Detailed guide on the types of loans available for small businesses, where to look for investors and the steps to take before you seek funding.
Articles on venture capital, nonprofit fundraising, getting SBA loans, money management and much more.
Another microfinancing company. The majority of their microloans go to women, but many other minority groups also benefit.
The Facts About Small Business Grants!!!
Straight from the source, this site from Business.Gov attempts to separate myth from reality in regards to government grants.
U.S. Small Business Administration's Special Programs
The government has special programs to offer assistance to socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, helping them compete in the Federal contracting domain and other opportunities which might not be directly with the government.
The SBA also has a HUBZone program. The Historically Underutilized Business Zone Program is designed to promote growth in stagnant areas by clearing the way for more Federal contracting opportunities. Parts of Broward County are located in a HUBZone.
Visit their site to learn more about these special programs and to see if you qualify.
U.S. Small Business Administration's Loan Programs
SBA offers a variety of loan programs for specific purposes. Take a look at the programs listed on this site, to see if you qualify.
Note: These are only some of the library's books on money matters. To find others, do a keyword search using the subjects “grants” ,“business loans” or “bookkeeping”, among others. You can narrow your search results by location in the top left corner.
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