Legal way to ask for donations online for a small family onwned business that is in need of financial help?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    There's no law against asking a question, but free money is kind of hard to come by.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    the present tax-loose floor is an property of two million funds; through 2009 it will be 3.5 million funds. So, what the idea is somewhat declaring is we favor to further improve the tax-loose floor from a three.5 million dollar property to a 5 million dollar property. Now, i do not study about you, yet this does no longer sound like something to guard "small agencies" and easily protects very wealthy households. The massive, overwhelming majority of human beings do no longer have a three.5-5 million dollar property. only a tiny minority of extremely-wealthy human beings have estates that length. there is been extremely some stress in this Adminstration to make the wealthy even wealthier, and albeit I applaud Obama's vote, for preserving some wealthy youngster from getting even extra money than he already would.

  • 1 decade ago

    It sounds mean as hell, but part of the way that capitalism works is that weak, unprofitable, inefficient business are put out of their misery.

    If you're as good as you think, then you'll find an investor if you look around (or at least a bank loan).

    Otherwise, end the pain as soon as you can.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    try here:)

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