Be cautious about seeking investment from your family

04/22/2013 | Forbes

Many startups fail, so you should be cautious about allowing family members to put their money into your company, writes Mitch Free, CEO and founder of MFG.com. Even if the business goes well, familial relationships might be strained when you bring on professional investors in a subsequent funding round, he writes.

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