How do I find cash when my credit is bad?

Fraser, Jill Andresky
March 1999
Inc.;Mar99, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p113
Presents a question and answer about start-up companies' raising of capital. Reliance of start-ups on personal resources; Information on contract financing; Sources from factoring.


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