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Also for women: check out our newest article about resources for women entrepreneurs: [[business_help_for_women|Business Help For Women]]. Also for women: check out our newest article about resources for women entrepreneurs: [[business_help_for_women|Business Help For Women]].
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 +Don’t ignore the possibility of getting some equity cash out of your house to use to fund your business! Even if you don’t have a ton of equity in your house there is a great way right now to get cash out of your house — and even reduce your cash outflow when you do. You may have been ignoring the HARP program because you didn’t want to bother or you assumed you wouldn’t qualify but you could be very, very wrong. The requirements have loosened and you could refinance, reduce your monthly payments, AND take some cash out. Discover more in our [[assistance_for_harp_program_eligibility|review of the HARP program]]!
Did you know that you can use your IRA funds to start your new business — without getting hit with taxes or with an early withdrawal fee? It’s complicated, but it is possible to do. Did you know that you can use your IRA funds to start your new business — without getting hit with taxes or with an early withdrawal fee? It’s complicated, but it is possible to do.
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