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The Recovery Act and Your Small Business

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The Recovery Act and Your Small Business

By BobK
Published: August 19, 2010

Note: The ARRA (Recovery Act) initiatives and/or programs referenced in this article will expire on September 30, 2010. Any statements about qualifying time periods, or extensions of these dates, as they pertain to the availability of ARRA programs are over-ridden by the expiration of the Act on September 30, 2010.

Each month, SBA produces 'Small Business VOICE' -- an online chat discussion between small busienss owners and experts throughout government and industry.

SBA's Eric Zarnikow, Associate Administrator for the Office of Capital Access conducted two recent chats in which he answered questions from small business owners about the economic stimulus and surviving the credit crunch.

In case you missed the opportunity to participate today's chat on the Recovery Act or an earlier chat on suriving the credit crisis, here are links to the chat logs:

To learn about future SBA web chats, sign up for SBA News Alerts.

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I sort of wish the Recovery act did a little bit more for small business, specifically additional tax credits for new businesses. It would provide an incetive for people to start new ventures and it would also create an incentive for businesses that don't exist on paper to officialy form. Omer A.MMORPG / Game Music Site OwnerVG Alliance LLC (New Jersey)Message Edited by NicoleD on 09-30-2009 12:50 PM

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