Small Business Administration logoThe U.S. government does not currently provide grants for starting or expanding a small business. However, the government does offer plenty of free help in planning how to start or improve your business and in securing low-interest SBA-backed small business loans. In addition, many states do offer small business loans/grants to individuals.

SBA does not offer grants to start or expand small businesses. SBA’s grant programs generally support non-profit organizations, intermediary lending institutions, and state and local governments in an effort to expand and enhance small business technical and financial assistance.” Source: SBA

The “SBA” is the U.S. Small Business Administration. Since 1953, the SBA has helped thousands of Americans form small businesses. SBA now has offices in every state, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico assist with planning, financing, training and advocacy for small firms. In addition, the SBA works with thousands of lending, educational and training institutions nationwide.

Can the SBA help you?

If your business is or will be independently owned and operated, not dominant in its field, and meets the maximum business size standards required, then yes, the SBA can help you. For guidance please contact your financial consultant at Merchant Advisors. We are expert in the field and will guide you so that any loan taken by you is on your terms and you are able to utilize it for establishing your new business, for expanding your existing business or for any business purpose you feel appropriate.

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