Loans For Small Businesses

Donald asks…

Is the republican strategy against small businesses going to backfire in November?

Obama provided health care for their employees, unemployment for them, funding for jobs, and small business loans. Republicans have blocked every single initiative.

Why would anybody in their right mind vote for a party that only benefits the top rich 2%. What a bunch of brainwashed fools.

admin answers:

No, your strategy to twist things FAIL! People are able to see right through you.

Lizzie asks…

What small business loans are available for national guardsman?

Looking to start a towing business and I am in search of start up funds. My brother in-law is in the national guard and would be willing to get the Business loan for me due to my credit being fairly low. Are their any special Small business loans available for people in the military, or would we be better going through a traditional bank? Any help is appreciated.

admin answers:

Go to and in the upper left hand corner, enter your zip code. On the next screen, you will get information on the nearest SCORE chapter. Call them and arrange for a free meeting with a volunteer SCORE counselor. They will guide you through the process.

SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide and is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

SCORE has 350 chapters in locations throughout the United States and its territories, with 13,000 volunteers nationwide. Both working and retired executives and business owners donate time and expertise as business counselors.

David asks…

Loans For small Businesses ?

Do any of you guys know the web site, where someone can lend money to small businesses outside the us like third world countries, and they repay you back with interest ? I saw this site a few months ago, but don’t remember the name, or this practice.

admin answers:


How Kiva Works

Choose an Entrepreneur, Lend, Get Repaid

1) Lenders like you browse profiles of entrepreneurs in need, and choose someone to lend to. When they lend, using PayPal or their credit cards, Kiva collects the funds and then passes them along to one of our microfinance partners worldwide.

2) Kiva’s microfinance partners distribute the loan funds to the selected entrepreneur. Often, our partners also provide training and other assistance to maximize the entrepreneur’s chances of success.

3) Over time, the entrepreneur repays their loan. Repayment and other updates are posted on Kiva and emailed to lenders who wish to receive them.

4) When lenders get their money back, they can re-lend to someone else in need, donate their funds to Kiva (to cover operational expenses), or withdraw their funds.

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