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TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESSES

Introduction:

Entrepreneurship isn’t just running a business; rather, it is a name given to anything done with intentions of changing the world. An entrepreneur is a world-changer, an innovator, and an opportunist. Now you might be wondering what entrepreneurship is? Let us explain to you in a little more detail!

Entrepreneurship is launching, developing, and running a business venture along with its financial risk. Such business ventures are valuable for economic development as it allows a country to expand its businesses and resources in the global market.

However, most people perceive entrepreneurship as one dimensional, and they do not think about their various types. Today, we have decided to clear this confusion for you and explain different types of entrepreneurial businesses.

Types of Entrepreneurial Businesses:

Small Business Entrepreneurship:

In today’s growing world, it is common to see that more small businesses are running than more prominent companies....

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PAYDAY LOANS

Definition

A payday loan is a loan in which a lender gives the borrower a loan, typically under $500, that is due on the borrower's next payday.

Why It's Important

In my opinion, payday loans are a type of predatory lending.  They typically have high-interest rates and or fees.  These loans are extremely short term (ranging from 1 week to 4 weeks before the balance is due).  Most states have limitations on how much creditors can charge in fees.  These fees typically range between $10-$30 for every $100 borrowed.  Even at the low end, these fees are expensive.  Let's look at the numbers.  If we had a $15 fee per $100 borrowed, that would equate to an APR of about 400%.  It may not seem like the fees are a lot, but they do add up quickly!

Another disheartening point about payday loans is that the borrower is typically stuck in the cycle once they get in.  The lenders generally do not check the affordability of the loan.  In...

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