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Chapter 15: Financing a Business

Venture CapitalistsGroups of investers that specialize in financing new businesses.
SecuritiesStocks and bonds
Incubator FacilityState and local development offices work with nearby universities to supply space, telephone service, staff, and equipment.
Statement of Net WorthA summary of an individual's current personal financial condition.
Equity CapitalMoney raised from within a firm or through the sale of stocks.
Cost of Goods SoldThe expense involved in producing a product or acquiring another company's products for sale.
Net WorthA person's assets minus their liabilities.
Operating ExpenseAll the costs of operating a business, including such things as wages, rent, advertising, or insurance.
Cash Flow ProjectionA forecast of the funds a business believes it will be receiving and the amount of cash it will be paying out.
Debt CapitalMoney that is borrowed from a bank or other institution and that must be repaid.
CapitalThe supplies and money needed to meet a company's operating costs.
Corporate BondA written promise from a company to repay a loan to the corporation within a set period of time.
InvestorsThe people who buy either the stocks or bonds in corporations to help finance corporate activities and to earn interest.
Start-up CostsMoney spent to get a business going and keep it going until it is self-sustaining.

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