New York, NY (PRWEB) November 02, 2013
On October 21, 2013 Policymic.com published “Inside the Crowdfunding Revolution, and Why You Should Be Part Of It Too," an article that discusses the success that many business startups are having in utilizing crowdfunding platforms. In response, FinanceAccleration.com advises young couples to fund startups and other applicable financial goals with crowdfunding to lessen the personal financial risk involved.
Ahmed Medien explains the large amount of capital available in the crowdfunding market and its likelihood to continue to rise throughout the world. Medien also reports that the U.S. Congress has passed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act that repealed an 80-year old ban against publicly funded businesses.
According to estimates by research firm Massolution, transactions through crowdfunding totaled about $3 billion in the United States. On Kickstarter alone, $836 million has been raised over the past few months. With such large amounts of capital available, crowdfunding is a realistic option for business startups.
In light of the growing success business startups are experiencing through crowdfunding, FinanceAcceleration.com advises young couples looking to start a business to try crowdfunding first. Even if it’s supplementary to a personal loan, there is less of a financial risk to personal finances when raising capital through crowdfunding.
For those with a bad credit score looking to start a business who want to supplement crowdfunding with a personal loan, FinanceAccleration.com recommends watching our bad credit loan video.
Ahmed Medien discusses in his article the success that many startups and other projects are having using crowdfunding platforms to raise funds. In response, FinanceAcceleration.com recommends such platforms to young couples starting a business instead of putting their personal finances on the line.
FinanceAcceleration.com is an online resource that provides advice and insights for people on how to achieve their financial goals. The website is particular useful for young couples as they begin life together in a fiscally responsible manner.