What are SBA Loans?
The United States Small Business Administration was established on July 30, 1953 when Congress passed the Small Business Act. The stated purpose of the SBA is to help small businesses remain viable in the United States. The SBA helps small businesses increase their borrowing power by directly granting loans and also guaranteeing loans that banks and other lenders make to small businesses.
To learn more about SBA loans please take a moment to read our blog or look over our SBA Glossary. If you're looking to play with numbers, our SBA calculator will allow you to estimate your monthly payment.
Recent Blog Posts
- SBA Considers Increasing Surety Bond Guarantees in Wake of Disasters
Posted on May 10th, 2010
- Senate Extends SBA Stimulus Measures
Posted on March 9th, 2010
- SBA Stimulus Funding Extended Through February
Posted on January 27th, 2010
- Possible Quick Increase in SBA Lending
Posted on December 30th, 2009