How to Know If You're Financially Ready to Start a Business

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 Sara Gelsheimer By: Sara Gelsheimer

Entrepreneurship in the United States is certainly on the rise. If you've been thinking about starting your own business, there are several factors to consider but evaluating your financial health should be your first priority (after writing a business plan).

In this article, Sara goes over how a comprehensive business plan is critical to understanding market conditions, and how you'll promote your product or service. 

After your business plan is written, you'll want to create a financial plan detailing how you'll fund your startup costs. There are three main financial considerations for setting up your business:

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