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Hi everyone,

 

As many of you know i am planning a complete tire and auto shop that i would like to start in a few years, i am currently looking into the financial section of my business plan.

 

I would like to know first of all if anyone has any advice for me when it comes to finances and funding the startup? Also if you have stories of what worked or didn't work that would be great!

 

Lastly I am looking for resources for funding the business startup when i am ready to start so how did you all fund your business startups? what resources can i use to fund the shop when i start it? What can I expect for a typical startup cost in general?

 

Thanks for your input!

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