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What is the best way to finance a none capital intensive startup as to support yourself till break even?

I went back through my business plan and turned it lean. Besides regulatory start up fees, a small list of company equipment (electronic, office supply, etc), and company vehicle for travelling to do client presentations there is perhaps maybe a few additional costs not noted. Due to student loans and bills money is a little tight. Need financing that might allow me to run the business, cover my own overhead so I can dedicate my time to the business, and come from someone who is willing to put the time in as well. Due to minimal costs, if proper effort put in, projected break even is 6-12 months. That first period is designed for asset acquisition and network development expansion and getting the system running. After initial launch and adjustment period continuous operation is possible.

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