82% of businesses failed because they experienced cash flow problems;
77% of small business owners who apply for a bank loan from a big bank get rejected . . .
. . . according to a recent article on fundera.com: What Percentage of Small Businesses Fail? And Other Similar Stats You Need to Know.
You could rob a bank or read this creative financing book.
It explains 500 proven ways to get cash for a business you own or want to buy.
The “Internal Financing” section has more than 100 business improvement projects, many of which are quick and easy to implement – and each one adds cash to the bottom line.
Business brokers, buyers and sellers say the ideas in the book enabled them to close the purchase/sale of a business or franchise, which would not have occurred if not for this book.
In business you either use your money or other people’s money. This one-of-a-kind, highly regarded book is necessary, not discretionary.
- Juicy Beginning
- Internal Financing (100 business improvement projects)
- Starting, Buying, or Selling a Business
- Preparing to Raise Capital
100,000 people have benefited from Ted Leverette’s books.
They have been sold from this website or distributed to the customers and clients of over 100 professional, business and governmental organizations.
BONUS: Contact Ted Leverette (after you read any of his books) to schedule a free and private teleconference to discuss anything related to dealmaking.
“Ted is a knowledgeable source of information on all aspects of business.”
Tom West, President, Business Brokerage Press
“Even people who know some of the points gain by learning even one new approach. Well worth the cost.”
Wally Stabbert, President, Institute of Certified Business Counselors
“If there was a “Pulitzer” for the small businessman, you have earned it! A must read for all business owners or those preparing to start or buy a business.”
Anne R. Whitney, KeyBank, VP, Private Banking & Investing
“Contains techniques that even I, Ms. Know-It-All, had not thought of. We see businesses on the market with stifled growth as a result of cash flow problems. The book illustrates this need never be the case.”
Lori King, CPA, CEO, Business Exchange Center, Inc.
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Ted J. Leverette
The Original Business Buyer Advocate ® Since the 1970s
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