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CREATE AND DEVELOP BUSINESS PLAN
Do you need a business plan for your small business? If you are seeking outside funding, you are required to present a formal proposal. But, the benefits of a business plan go beyond finding lenders. A strategy can help you grow your company.
A business plan can be a simple outline or a detailed document. Your plan is a roadmap that steers you in the right direction. Consult with a team member from Rainey Enterprises, LLC to get started.
When you hear the term "sponsorship letter" – also called a sponsorship proposal – it usually has to do with a request from a nonprofit organization for cash or donations. But whether you run a nonprofit or a for-profit small business, you can still use a sponsorship letter to help rally support for events.
A sponsorship letter is basically just a sponsorship request. This letter asks the recipient to provide money or an in-kind donation – probably the latter when sent from a small business – while detailing what sort of incentives are in it for the donating party.
Why do documents need to be notarized? A notary public acts as an impartial third-party witness to not only the signature of a document but also that all parties who signed a document did so willingly and under their own free will.
Types of documents that may require notarization*:
Bring a valid, government-issued photo ID with you when you visit Rainey Enterprises, LLC.
Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In most cases, the notary cannot act as a witness. Not all locations support having a witness.