According to Fundera, there are more than 28 million small startup companies found all throughout the United States of America. Many of these small businesses open up with almost little or no financial means to start their business. Surprisingly, there are many small business owners who have actually funded their own small company. They have taken their financial funding from their own savings accounts, money from friends and family or simply raising fundraisers to fund their small business to open up. There are even a high percentage of small business owners who have taken it upon themselves to open up their small business from their very own homes. The reason that many of these small business owners take these risks in opening up their small businesses from their homes as well as user on savings accounts is because they have the intent to be a huge hit in the future. They assume that it will open up their company and be automatically successful right off the bat. Unfortunately, this does not always happen for many small business owners. Studies show that only half of the amount of small startup companies at open will be able to survive the first five years of business. Using strategic financial methods to run your small business can help your small startup succeed for the long term.
According to Small Business Trends, there are more than 69 percent of small business owners that begin their business from their very own home. Sadly, only 50 percent of these small businesses that open end up failing in the first four years of business. There are many different causes for why companies end up being forced to close down, such as incompetence, lack of cash flow or lack of resources. The main reason that many small …Read More