SAVING SMALL BUSINESS IN AMERICA? (Stimulus Package SBA Forgivable Loan)


Can you really get $10,000 for free through the stimulus package SBA forgivable loan? This may seem too good to be true for small business owners, but this is the real deal!

Small businesses have been hit HARD in recent weeks, so how will the historic $2.1 trillion corona stimulus package help?

In this video, we’ll be covering the 5 ways the stimulus plan helps small businesses, plus a bonus one for all you self employed 1099 folks out there.

Head over to the Small Business Administration (aka SBA) website to learn more about the Disaster Loan Assistance that can get you $10,000 to $10,000,000 in FORGIVABLE loans – meaning all you’d have to pay back is the interest… ►

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The Small Business Administration is providing small business and self employed 1099 relief via the SBA Disaster Loan, which is a small business loan that is actually a forgivable loan if used according to the SBA guidelines. You can use this as a payroll loan – it’s basically a bailout to get through these difficult times in the economy.

By utilizing corporate credit or business credit you can also get small business loans through the federal reserve. Your business credit scores will come into play here and it’s best if you already have a business line of credit.

Will you take advantage of this free money? This small business lending bailout via the stimulus package passed last week?

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Robert Dunfee