These days, business agreements in Colorado are often cemented not just by a smile and a handshake, but in a written contract. This contract will (hopefully) address all the parties agree to. This will include who will do what, for whom and by when. A well-drafted contract will also address any contingencies that may arise. With so much at stake, it is important that a person is represented by an attorney during contract negotiations.
As the old saying goes, "It takes money to make money." Many small businesses need financial resources to get their business off the ground. There are two general choices for funding a small business: debt and equity.