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Funding Your Startup with Retirement 2021

When:
March 03, 2021
Time:
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Category:
SBDC
Location:
Online
Details:
Starting a Business

Thinking about starting a business? Considering your retirement funds to fund it? Join this NO COST webinar to learn the how to proceed.

About this Event

Spending hours online with no answers? Should you use your retirement for your startup? What about a self-directed IRA, ROBS, 401(k) & other options for funding? Is that even a good idea? Review options like a self-directed IRA, ROBS, ERPA, 401(k) & other non-retirement options for funding.

There are more options for funding your startup business than you may realize. Join us to learn about using your retirement to fund your startup business. And, learn how to leverage other non-retirement-based options to fund your business. Don’t wait on angel investors to get your business started.

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About the Host

Tisha Dodge

Tisha Dodge believes an entrepreneur can make a profit and serve a greater good. Her law firm, Dodge Legal Group, SPC, is the first, and presumed only, Texas Social Purpose Corporate Law Firm in Texas and provides legal services to social enterprises, start-ups, established businesses, and non-profits. Her practice areas include: business formations, contract law, employment law, intellectual property, and Internet law.

An entrepreneur herself, Tisha works to stay on the cutting edge of her own industry and created the first educational source to teach entrepreneurs about Texas Social Enterprises through StartUp Greater Good, PBC, the first and the only known Texas Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to supporting other social entrepreneurs.

Tisha answers your questions as business lawyer for 24 years and a seasoned business owner of her own social impact businesses. Tisha earned her BA in Political Science from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and her JD from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 1995.

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