New eBook: What Matters (and Doesn’t) If You’re a Home-Based Business

Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, Content Marketing at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the manager of content marketing at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

If you currently own a home-based business—or are thinking about starting one—you’ve made a great step forward to entrepreneurial success.

Working out of a home has grown in popularity over the years, and it’s no surprise why. There are great home business ideas out there, they’re affordable, and they let you take control of your life.

Starting a home-based business is a great path to entrepreneurship, but there are a few things you need to know about running a business out of your home. Our new eBook walks through exactly what you need to know as a home-based business owner.

Here are a few things you’ll learn …

  • Questions you need to ask before committing to a home-based business
  • Logistics for getting your business off the ground and running
  • Tax deductions you need to know from day one
  • Ideas and resources for financing your small business

DOWNLOAD “WHAT MATTERS (AND DOESN’T) IF YOU’RE A HOME-BASED BUSINESS” HERE

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Georgia McIntyre

Georgia McIntyre

Manager, Content Marketing at Fundera
Georgia McIntyre is the manager of content marketing at Fundera. She has written extensively about small business finance, specializing in business lending, credit cards, and accounting solutions. Georgia has a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University.
Georgia McIntyre

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