Lesson 4: Access to Capital

What You’ll Learn: The old adage that “it takes money to make money” is as true today as it was when JP Morgan was building his empire.  Whether its startup capital to get your idea off the ground or bridge funding to get you through slow times, money can be a make or break the proposition for any business. We’ll walk you through some of the options and help point you in the right direction.

Access to Capital Quiz

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Lesson 4: Access to Capital

Money makes the world go round, at least in the world of business. Test your knowledge regarding access to capital.

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A bootstrap business is...

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Which of the following is not a legitimate form of startup financing?

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Craft 3 is:

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Any lending practice that imposes unfair or abusive loan terms is called:

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Which of the following can be a potential investor for startups?

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The 5 C's of credit are:

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Which of these is a cash award that doesn't require repayment and is highly competitive?

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The entity most likely to provide startups a loan for under $50,000 would be...

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When an investor puts money or assets into a startup in exchange for a percentage of ownership, it is called...

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A free online resource guide for funding startups that was written by the Washington State Department of Commerce is called:

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