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What You Gain and Lose by Using SAFE Notes
24Aug
What You Gain and Lose by Using SAFE Notes
It sounds like an easy win. You take $200,000 from an investor right when you need it, with minimal back-and-forth negotiation and no debt obligations or loss of equity in the present.
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
30Sep
How to Tell If an Investor Is Right for Your Business
It’s time to bring your business to the next level. Maybe you’ve recently launched and sparked significant interest in the market, or maybe you’ve been building the company for several years and have recently achieved a sustainable pattern of growth and momentum.
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
25Jun
GAAP: What It Is and Why Your Investors Expect It
Understand when and why investors expect GAAP accounting for your business to grow to the next stage, secure the funding, or gain new capital.
Due Diligence: What It Is, What to Expect, and How to Make It Out Alive
15Feb
Due Diligence: What It Is, What to Expect, and How to Make It Out Alive
Raising funds for your startup? Understand what due diligence is, what to expect, and how to get through it for smooth sailing during fundraising.
5 Ways Bad Financial Data Can Cost You During Funding
9Nov
5 Ways Bad Financial Data Can Cost You During Funding
Your books are the key to your company’s past, present, and future. Make sure you have the right historical financial data and reporting before fundraising.
Seed Investment: Comparing SAFE and Convertible Notes
22Jun
Seed Investment: Comparing SAFE and Convertible Notes
When it comes to seed investment, founders have options. Typically they prefer low interest which is where SAFE comes in as a favorable alternative to convertible notes, but there's much more to the picture.
4 Tips to Build a Strong Foundation for Funding
15Jun
4 Tips to Build a Strong Foundation for Funding
There are many articles out there that provide a wide array of lofty advice about fundraising
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
8Jun
Navigating a “Friends and Family” Funding Round
Early in his company’s history, entrepreneur Greg Vetter achieved a seemingly impossible feat: he convinced Whole Foods to distribute his family’s line of salad dressings on a national level.
Your Small Business Can Afford to Offer Retirement Plans—Here’s How
26Jan
Your Small Business Can Afford to Offer Retirement Plans—Here’s How
In the past, many small business owners have thought that providing a 401(k) plan wasn’t realistic for their employees.
5 Accounting Problems That Can Sink Your Funding Round
5May
5 Accounting Problems That Can Sink Your Funding Round
You’re a startup CEO. You’re running your business fast and lean. Getting your company’s financials cleaned up and organized is on your to-do list, but so are a thousand other things. You’ll get around to it—just as soon as you secure the loan that will help you scale u
Does Your Business Have Financial Confidence?
24Mar
Does Your Business Have Financial Confidence?
Ask yourself: How confident are you in your company’s financial position? How much knowledge do you have about the transactions and activity that flow in and out of your books? Not to mention, how much faith do you have in the accuracy of your financial picture?
10 Well-Known VCs Share Their Best Fundraising Tips
17Mar
10 Well-Known VCs Share Their Best Fundraising Tips
Whether you’re bootstrapping your business, launching through joining an incubator, or you intend to seek help from a VC or angel investor, it’s not an easy task to raise money for a startup in any industry.
Can You Answer These 9 Investor Questions About Your Business?
14Mar
Can You Answer These 9 Investor Questions About Your Business?
From startup funds to venture capital firms to influential individuals, inDinero’s investors are a diverse group of tech industry innovators and change-makers.
How Goal-Oriented Accounting Can Drive Business Growth
28Jun
How Goal-Oriented Accounting Can Drive Business Growth
Sorry to put you on the spot like that and don’t let it make you sweat. Truth be told, an estimated 90 percent of small businesses are unable to produce dependable financial statements when prompted. And it’s probably safe to assume that even if they could access accurate finances, most small teams wouldn’t know how to turn those numbers into business insights to put into action.
Why You Should Use APR When Choosing a Business Loan
18Feb
Why You Should Use APR When Choosing a Business Loan
We understand that the search for a small business loan can be both frustrating and confusing.