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Private equity and venture-capital firms take far too long to navigate small-business owners through loan applications.
The clock is ticking if your business is looking to get forgiveness on its PPP loans.
Don't let desperation cloud your judgment.
His Criminal Record Disqualified Him From Receiving PPP. So He Pushed Back, and Got the Rules Changed.
Troy Parker's cleaning and construction business hires returning citizens who struggle to find work elsewhere. When he was told he was ineligible for stimulus funds because of mistakes he already paid for, he started making calls.
Join us as our experts Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen as they guide you through the ins and outs of your PPP loan and how you can ensure your PPP loan is forgiven.
Here is some clarity for frustrated sole proprietors across America.
A Leaked Powerpoint Suggests the SBA Is Denying Disaster Loans to Anyone Arrested in the Last 10 Years
Despite broad bipartisan support for stimulus loans reaching small-business owners with criminal records, Steven Mnuchin and the SBA are reportedly excluding more rehabilitated entrepreneurs than they've ever admitted before.
The $4.4 billion basketball team is giving back its $4.6 million loan, but they aren't the only non-public business to backpedal.
So far, in the scramble to disperse SBA relief loans, big banks have passed over the most vulnerable businesses in favor of bigger "small" businesses. But Congress's latest stimulus package gives $60 billion in PPP to key community lenders.