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Financing small business online workshop

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will conduct an on-line business workshop, Tuesday, January 13, 2009 from 11am-12pm (EST).

This on-line workshop will provide guidance to small business owners that are in need of new construction loan or those that wish to purchase a building. Business owners will learn how SBA is involved in the loan process, what documents to take to the lender, and how to make a good first impression with the lender. The Internet session will also review SBA programs and services that can help an entrepreneur start or grow a business.

The following questions will be answered in this workshop:

  • How much money can I borrow?
  • Can the loan be used for more than land and building?
  • How much equity injection is required?
  • What is an SBA guaranteed loan?
  • How do I start the loan process?

Reservations are not required, and participants may log on to the session from any computer in any location. To participate, log on to http://www.readytalk.com and for the audio portion call (866) 740-1260 the access code for both is 3056201#.

For more information contact Ronda Crouch at (317) 226-7272 x212 or ronda.crouch@sba.gov. The U.S. Small Business Administration is an agency of the Federal government.

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