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How phantom equity can help your startup succeed — while keeping employees happy

Startups can use phantom equity in place of stock options to provide contributors with a simple form of equity participation. Both the startup and the recipients benefit from the flexibility of the agreement and the minimal legal and tax filling paperwork involved. This article will explain what phantom equity is and describe the benefits for startups and contributors. It will provide helpful links and be supported by facts from reputable sources (i.e. not Wikipedia).

Marcelle S

San Francisco, California, United States

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How to Finance Your Business: Equity or Debt?

What's the best way to bring on new investors, debt or equity? Debt helps preserve your ownership share while selling equity leaves your cash flows free.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Does Forming an S-Corporation Help Your Business Raise Capital?

An S-corporation usually isn't ideal for selling equity since shareholders are limited, but the process of formalizing your financials could make you more attractive to bank lenders.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

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Is Angel Investment The Right Path For Business Growth?

Startups seek angel investment to accelerate early expansion. But an influx of cash in exchange for equity is not right for every business. Consider the "bakery" model of financing, where strong sales and profit reinvestment finance growth.

Cathy L

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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7 Effective Ways to Bootstrap Your Way Back to Business

Getting funding for a new business after your last business venture flopped is hard but not impossible to do. Learn seven ways to bootstrap your way back to business, including offering equity, negotiating, and using co-working spaces.

Michelle J

Florida, United States

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