Your State May Have Money To Lend You
When small businesses go looking for government help with loans and expansion financing, they often turn to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). While the Small Business Administration (SBA) can be a good source for loan assistance, there's another government source that often gets overlooked: state and local governments. Yes, we said state and local governments. Even with all the pressures state budgets are under due to the recent economic slump and the federal government cutting back on payments to the states, there are still many state-run and state-subsidized loan programs that can help small businesses. This paper gives information regarding how a small businesses can take lend from government.