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Microloans

Description
A Microloan is specifically designed for start-up and newly established businesses. A Microloan can be obtained from credit card providers or through intermediaries. Designed for small companies with few or no employees, Microloans are for small amounts of money ($100 to $25,000). They're not based on your credit history or collateral, but on good character, management ability and a commitment to making your business work.

What Is Needed

  • Personal guarantee
  • Business plan for intermediaries
  • Personal and/or business tax returns for intermediaries
  • Personal financial statement for intermediaries
  • Trade References, personal references

Who Should Apply
Individuals that are starting a business or have a newly established business. Individuals that are looking for business credit cards or loans from SBA banks that may require collateral and a good personal credit history. Small home-based businesses, businesses with 5 or less employees and start-ups are good candidates for a microloan.


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