Rich Dad's Advisors - Other People's Money: How to Attract OPM for Your Investments (Rich Dad's Advisors (Paperback)) Paperback – 4 Nov 2004
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Cash flow is the foundation of every successful business, but investors do not have to start with their own money to build a business. Money can be made - by acquiring an asset, turning an idea into a fortune, or building a business - using Other People's Money - OPM. If one has a credible idea or business proposition, does their homework, and builds a proper foundation, OPM in one form or another should be available. This book will discuss the different types and forms of OPM, the consequences of using OPM, and the legal aspects and pitfalls of trying to access OPM.
About the Author
Michael A. Lechter is a member of the law firm of Meyer, Hendricks, Victor, Osborn and Maledon in Phoenix, Arizona, and has specialized in intellectual property law for more than 20 years.
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Bill Gates. Warren Buffett. The real estate developer next door turning five acres into a small strip mall, or an apartment complex.
This book shows how it's done. From concept, to trademarking and patenting, to incorporating, to raising the funds, everything short of filing the IPO is included, albeit briefly. But that's OK, you'll need your own attorneys and professionals to customize these parts for your application, anyway. Just don't cut any corners.
Michael gives you examples throughout the book as to how the process should work... and a few examples of what happens when you cut corners. (it can get ugly at this level, gang!)