Despite some confusion over the past week, SBA has announced that CARES Act-related fee waivers are currently still in effect--however they will end by Sept. 30.
Tag Archive: small business lending
On Monday, the Biden Administration announced forthcoming changes to the PPP which could greatly help the smallest businesses and sole-proprietors.
On Wednesday, Jan. 6, NSBA held a webinar to talk about the new round of the PPP and what small businesses can expect.
Last week, the Senate Committee on Small Business held a hearing to review SBA's Access to Capital Programs, as part of a broader SBA reauthorization effort.
Yesterday, the Senate passed legislation to enhance SBA oversight of the 7(a) Loan Program, and makes critical reforms to ensure its long-term success.
Yesterday, the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship approved the nomination of David C. Tryon to be Advocacy's Chief Counsel, among other key business.
This week, the House Committee on Small Business is holding two hearings, one focusing on the effectiveness of OSDBUs, and the other on online lending.
Last week, NSBA President Todd McCracken served as the closing commenter for summit held by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (New York Fed) on the state of small business lending.
Last week, NSBA and its corporate partner Dealstruck held an informative teleconference on small-business financing, providing small firm lending how-to’s and what mistakes to avoid.
NSBA has recently secured a partnership with Dealstruck, a direct lender which bypasses the traditional underwriting requirements to offer small businesses term loans and lines of credit up to $250K.