The SBA Loan can feel like a puzzle without a lending advisor like First Financial

Getting an SBA Loan – Who, What, Where and Why

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Getting SBA Loans There can be a lot of uncertainty when it comes to securing a dependable financial flow to your business. So much so that a commercial loan from a bank that’s also federally insured seems too good to believe. But backing these loans is exactly what the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Guaranteed Loans Program was built for. So …

SBA 7A Loan approval process

What is the SBA 7A Loan Program?

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The SBA 7a is a popular loan program that was suspended after reaching the $18.7 billion limit for the year, has finally been renewed. The House of Representatives has approved the bill which will lift the SBA’s lending cap for the largest loan guarantee program to reach $23.5 billion. What is better is that the Senate has also passed the …

Women-Led Businesses Benefitting From Loans

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In figures released by the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) in 2007, around 8 million business were owned by women in the US. With around 12% of these employing full-time workers, the average annual revenue was just over $1 million. However, times are dramatically changing and it is thought that total revenue for women-led business has now reached $1.2 trillion. …

Crowd Financing VS Small Business Loan

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Crowd Financing or Small Business Loan? When it comes to your small business, do you want to go with the traditional small business loan, such as an SBA Loan or Bank Loan, or do you want to consider the increasingly popular option known as crowd financing? Crowd Financing vs Small Business Loans It certainly isn’t news that small businesses need money …