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Personal assets

Most new entrepreneurs use some of their own assets to get their business off the ground. In fact, many lenders and investors want to ensure that you have a personal stake in the success of your business, before agreeing to give you money.

Some of the types of personal assets you can use to finance your business include:

In addition to investing your own money, you might also use personal assets for the business. For example, you may not need to buy a new desk immediately, if you have an old one in storage that you can use. You may be able to use your personal computer, printer, telephone or fax machine for the business. Or, if you don't have these assets yourself, you may be able to borrow them from family and friends until your revenues start coming in.


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