Starting a Small Bussiness

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Briefly describe a small business you could envision yourself owning and discuss the most appropriate source of debt capital for that business. Explain your rationale.

The small business I envision to own is a cleaning company which basically cleans offices and homes. Often the hardest part of starting a business is raising the money to get going. I may have a great idea and clear idea of how to turn it into a successful business. However, if sufficient finance can’t be raised, it is unlikely that the business will get off the ground. I will therefore invest my personal cash balances into the start-up. This is a cheap form of finance and it is readily available. Investing my personal savings will maximize the control I keep over the
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If That does not favour the company they will invest. In terms of tax planning, companies may find it difficult to expand due to the tax ramifications. Country X (Foreign Country) may have a high tax burden on companies that choose to expand their operations abroad. Other reasons may include the means of advertisement, the start-up costs, and the political market.
As firms attempt to internationalize, they may be tempted to locate their facilities where product liability laws are lax in testing new products. Describe some examples in which this motivation is the driving force behind international expansion.

One way that companies verify the means of entry into is the legal environment. These legal procedures include limitations on trade through tariffs, documentation and import regulations, various investment, tax, and employment laws; patent and trademark protection. With these methods, companies feel motivated to move their operations abroad, in order to gain the benefits from doing business abroad. For instance, a tax credit can be imposed to companies who can prove that their gross income was incurred 80% or more in a foreign country. Other factors such as North American Free Trade Agreement-NAFTA,

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