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So you want to be in business for yourself but you have little or no cash to put up as capital. You are well aware that the funding options for start-up businesses are severely restricted; you may even have heard that only about 3% of people looking for substantial outside funds to launch a new venture ever raise the capital they require
You don’t always need a lot of capital to get a business up and running. In fact, sometimes you can get started with little to no funding. (Yes!) Starting a business with no money might initially seem like a far-fetched idea, but it’s not impossible.

So you want to become a financial expert, but don't know where to start?

Have no fear, a wealth of information is at your fingertips, and getting started is easy. From a primer to personal finances to advanced securities analysis, anyone interested in learning can get access to the necessary resources.


Start By Reading
For a basic introduction to sound financial concepts, you can't do much better than The Richest Man in Babylon. It's a tiny little book, written in an uncomplicated style. It also captures the wisdom of the ages in an easy-to-follow manner.

Once you've covered that, the famous For Dummies series provides insight into everything from budgeting to mutual funds. Managing Your Money for Dummies, Budgeting for Dummies, and Mutual Funds for Dummies are three titles that will help you expand your knowledge of basic concepts.

By the time you finish these four books, you are likely to have identified specific items that you would like to learn more about. For these inquiries, there's no better place to go for fast, easy access to information than online. Investopedia and similar sites provide access to a wealth of information that will keep you busy for weeks if not months. Investopedia's tutorials are particularly notable, as they provide an in-depth look at a wide variety of topics.


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