Does this make sense?

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Asked at 2012-09-12 18:20:06
A friend and I had this business idea . We have no money to get it going , and in our time , so I doubt exceed 50k in business loans (if that much ) .. I had been reading about the companies and the advantages of incorporation. So , is it possible incorportate our business , selling shares in the company to raise money ? I know this will give shareholders a partial participation , but do not want after the company grows , for someone to try and push me off the board , there is a way to secure a place for good for me and my family , and I it could sell shares at a lower price than everyone else?
Answer1WavikzAnswered at 2012-10-23 05:15:09
If you are going to wait for someone to put up the money for your business , you can expect to provide the money and not have the majority ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Sometimes this type of investor is to reason. Venture capitalists call this the investor
Answer2omAnswered at 2012-10-24 13:46:35
You should try an investor or try to find a government grant for its implementation .
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