Free Webinar | Mar. 18: Raising Capital After 2 Years of Business: Do's and Don'ts Join Mark J. Kohler, CPA & Small Business Attorney, as he discusses the options for raising capital and the do's and don'ts.

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Your doors have been open for 2 years or less and you're feeling it's time to expand? What should you do next? Is expansion always the right move? Mark J. Kohler, CPA & Small Business Attorney, will discuss the options for raising capital and the do's and don'ts in this powerful 1-hour webinar.

Topics will include:

  • What is the difference between a Lender, Partner, or Investor?
  • Should I expand and raise capital?
  • Is it better to use debt or give away ownership?
  • How much should I raise to expand?
  • Can I use my Retirement Account to expand?
  • Is Self-funding a realistic option?
  • What is "Convertible Debt"?
  • 10 Ways to find money to expand, and much, much more...

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Mark is the author of several best-selling books for the Main Street Business owner and most importantly the Workbook: 8 Steps to Start or Grow Your Business. Mark pulls a tremendous amount of content from this Workbook to create a Webinar for EVERY Business Owner wanting to expand!

This webinar is brought to you by CIT: Bank Like You. Visit us to find out how CIT can help you grow your small business with fast, flexible financing and technology solutions.

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