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How to Write a Business Plan Banks Can’t Resist

Getting a business up and running normally takes a significant amount of money. Usually, it’s more than an entrepreneur can comfortably afford by themselves. In such cases, the standard course of action is to take out a loan. Banks represent a common way for you to get a small business loan—assuming that you’re approved for one. Bank loans can be convenient in one highly important regard: namely, that they don’t want a stake in your company. A bank isn’t concerned with owning a portion of your business—they just want to know that they’re going to get their money back with interest. That said, it’s important to make sure that you don’t fall behind on your payments once you take out a bank loan.
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