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Nebraska Ag Connection - 06/12/2014

The Small Business Administration's Nebraska District Office will sponsor a one-hour free seminar designed to take the mystery out of the process of applying for federally-guaranteed small business loans. "Take the Mystery out of SBA Loans" is scheduled for June 24 from 11 a.m. to noon at the SBA District Office, 10675 Bedford Ave., Suite 100, Omaha.

This seminar is particularly timely as the summer often sees many small business owners seek financing to expand and create jobs, and entrepreneurs resolve to take the steps to create a new business; in fact, compared to this time last year, the loan dollar amount small businesses finance through the SBA is up $20 million in Nebraska over this time last year.

It's a great opportunity to finance a new or existing small business with an SBA guaranteed loan through our network of lenders across Nebraska. For a limited time, there are NO up-front fees from the SBA for all loans $150,000 or less, and veterans can get a loan up to $350,000 with no up-front fees. For a small business needing working capital, a line of credit, to refinance an existing commercial loan or to get inventory for your growing small business, now is the time to visit a lender and take advantage, and save thousands of dollars in up-front fee costs. We're offering a chance to learn all about applying for an SBA guaranteed loan for a small business, and what banks look for in a successful application.

During this seminar, a representative from the SBA will explain the importance of a strong business plan, how the SBA's resource partners -- SCORE and the Nebraska Business Development Center -- can help, and why lenders use SBA guaranteed loans in their financing projects.

To register, please call Michael Foutch at (402) 221-7211 or email michael.foutch@sba.gov.

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