New legislation in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic provides funding for the SBA to provide low-interest loans to struggling small businesses. On March 6, the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act was passed, providing $20 million for the SBA to leverage $7 billion in low-interest disaster assistance loans to small businesses.
Due to the breadth and scope of COVID-19’s impact on the American economy, ALL U.S. small businesses are eligible for a disaster relief loan from the SBA. These loans can be used to cover many business expenses like payroll, accounts payable, equipment and machinery purchases, real estate payments and other bills you cannot pay because of COVID-19.
At Campbell & Company, we understand how daunting applying for the SBA Disaster Assistance Loan can be for a small business. That is why during this time of economic uncertainty; our company can utilize our years of experience to help you navigate this challenging time.
Our business is certified with the SBA. We have completed and applied for various federal programs including HUBZone, 8a, Women-owned Small Business, and Economically Disadvantaged Women-owned Small Business certifications. We know how difficult and time consuming it can be to apply for these programs. We speak the SBA language and we are a GSA approved government contractor.
As a small business owner, what is your time worth? Do you have the time to spend with the lengthy SBA loan applications? With multiple years of experience with the SBA, Campbell & Company has been completing difficult and tedious paperwork for years.
We are a full-service agency that has been serving clients in Oklahoma and other markets for over 13 years. We are HIPPA approved and provide SSL safeguards on our clients websites to help keep their financial information safe. We can walk you through what documentation you will need to begin the application process.
If you are interested in Campbell & Company helping you manage your business through the coronavirus crisis and the SBA loan process, please contact us so that we can visit about the process and analyze your options.
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