Finance Your Own Business


Learn the financing fast track strategies used by successful entrepreneurs and investors. We share a wide variety of financing approaches and how they affect your credit. Learn how to minimize risks through smart financial strategies. Free shipping!

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Winner of the Pacific Book “Best Business Book of 2016”

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To succeed in business it is important to use all the available tools. One of the key tools is business credit. Too many entrepreneurs rely only on their personal credit to carry it forward. In a time of need, their personal credit may be tapped out. Business credit is the second line of credit, which you need to build up as you start to grow.

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Our book Finance Your Own Business: Get On The Financing Fast Track details the power of business credit, how to get an SBA loan, the secrets of micro lenders, the benefits of crowdfunding and more. You’ll learn:

  • The power of business credit
  • How to get an SBA loan
  • The secrets of micro lenders
  • The benefits of crowdfunding
  • How to prepare your own PPM
  • The risks of using retirement funds
  • Financing scams to avoid

Never Be Short of Capital Again

Shortage of capital is what most entrepreneurs said was their biggest mistake or challenge their first year. “One of the primary reasons why most businesses fail is a lack of available cash,” warns Mitchell Weiss, a former financial services executive and the author of Business Happens. “People just starting out don’t want to borrow or think about it. As lots of people know, you can get money when you don’t need it and it’s hard to get it when you do. You want a line of credit so you can tap it when you need it.”

In my book Finance Your Own Business: Get on the Financing Fast Track we discuss the merits (and downsides) of many of these financing approaches and how you may be able to use them get the funding you need. We also share some you may have not heard much about such as raising money from foreign investors seeking US visas, merchant cash advances and SBIR grants.

But we’ll also talk about something you typically won’t find in a business financing book: how these methods may affect your credit.

Book Reviews

“‘Finance Your Own Business: Get on the Financing Fast Track’ is a smart, easy-to-understand financial Bible for anyone looking to start and finance their own business.”
Pacific Book Review

“Prospective entrepreneurs and seasoned start-up veterans alike can benefit from the smart financing strategies detailed here.” (read review)
US Review of Books

“An energetic, informative handbook for business owners…Both aspiring and veteran business owners will find the book useful, as it details the ways companies can raise finances and operating credit at different points in the business life cycle.”(read review)
Kirkus Review

About the Authors

Garrett Sutton, Esq. is a corporate attorney, asset protection expert and best selling author of 10 books. He has sold more than 850,000 books to guide entrepreneurs and investors. For more than 29 years, Garrett Sutton has run his practice assisting others in protecting assets and maximizing financial goals. The companies he founded, Corporate Direct and Sutton Law Center, have helped more than 10,000 clients protect assets and incorporate businesses. Garrett is a member of the elite group of “Rich Dad Advisors” for bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki. Garrett Sutton is the author of Start Your Own Corporation, Loopholes of Real Estate, Run Your Own Corporation, The ABC’s of Getting Out of Debt, Writing Winning Business Plans and Buying and Selling a Business in the Rich Dad Advisors series.

Gerri Detweiler is the author of four books, including the Ultimate Credit Handbook (named one of the top five personal finance books of the year when it was released), and a media favorite quoted in publications like USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and featured on The Today Show and CNN. A credit educator since 1987, she’s served on credit reporting agency Experian’s Consumer Advisory Council twice.