What About Me?

Brain Food: Financing Reference Books

Before venturing out into the cold world of financing, consider the warm guidance of these books:

Where's the Money? Sure Fire Financing Solutions For Your Small Business (Entrepreneur Media Inc., $19.95, www.entrepreneur.com) by Art Beroff and Dwayne Moyers

Where To Go When The Bank Says No: Alternatives For Financing Your Business (Bloomberg Press, $24.95, www.amazon.com) by David R. Evanson

Finding Your Wings: How to Locate Private Investors to Fund Your Venture (John Wiley & Sons, $34.95, www.wiley.com) by Gerald A. Benjamin and Joel Margulis

2000 Financing Start-Ups (Harcourt Brace, $139, 800-831-7799) by attorneys Robert Brown and Alan S. Gutterman

Borrowing to Build Your Business: Getting Your Banker to Say "Yes" (Dearborn Trade, $16.95, www.dearborn.com), by George M. Dawson

Pratt's Guide to Venture Capital Sources (Thompson Financial, $385, www.ventureeconomics.com) edited by David Kwateng

Start Up Financing: Hundreds of Ways to Get the Cash You Need to Start or Expand Your Business (Career Press, $16.99, www.careerpress.com) by William J. Stolze

Free Money for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs (John Wiley & Sons, $16.95, 800-225-5945) by Laurie Blum

The Insider's Guide to Small Business Loans (Oasis, $19.95, 800-228-2275) by Dan M. Koehler

Directory of Venture Capital (John Wiley & Sons, $42.95, 800-225-5945)

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This article was originally published in the June 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: What About Me?.

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