I would appreciate you responding to each of the options separately please.
Thanks for the detailed responses. Maybe I didn't describe the situation as accurately as I should have. I believe per our tax returns that we have posted a profit in each year in operation (3.5 years thus far). This is because we don't pay ourselves and reinvest all monies received back into the business each year. The problem is that during some months, the revenue stream is not enough to cover the inventory expenses and/or rent. Therefore, at times, we are compelled to invest some of our own funds into the business.
We just got a free-standing external sign installed after 3 years of trying to get an approval. We would like to continue, however, not continue pouring our own money into it.
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