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How to Fund Your Budding Small Business During a Recession Is the economy throwing you and your small business too many curve balls? You can still achieve the funding needed to see substantial growth.

By Jonathan Herrick Edited by Kara McIntyre

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Being a successful business owner is an aspiration for many working people. However, it's not for everyone.

Creating and growing a small business is a serious challenge, and that's true even when the economy is booming. And although we may not technically be experiencing a recession, we can all agree that the market is suffering, which can add intense hurdles for small businesses.

Unless you have wealthy friends and family to borrow money from, you will have to fight against the odds. While many entrepreneurs can rely on wealthy and connected parents to succeed in business, this is not an option for most of us. Having good sense and grit, especially in hard economic times, will get you extremely far as you embark on this journey.

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