FINANCIAL INFORMATION

U.S. Small Business Administration – www.sba.gov/financing
The U.S. Small Business Administration site contains information about government financing programs for entrepreneurs.

Business Finance.com – www.businessfinance.com/
Business Finance.com allows you to search the funding criteria of over 4,000 sources for business loans, venture capital, equipment leasing, and commercial real estate financing. You can search by type of funding (e.g., working capital or equipment finance), or you can limit your search to funding sources for businesses already in existence for four months, for businesses just starting up, or for purchase of a business or franchise.

Mint – www.mint.com
Mint is a user-friendly and free service that helps you manage your money. It only takes a few minutes to sign up and start adding bank, credit, loan, or investment accounts. Since this service automatically updates your inputted data, you don’t have to worry about going back and retyping your information.

Crowdfunding:
With the passage of the Jobs Act, and once the SEC rules are in place Equity Crowdfunding could see rapid growth.
www.crowdfunding-website-reviews.com is an interesting source for information on crowdfunding.