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One of the biggest challenges you face as a business owner, next to starting your own business, is taking it to the next level.

As a seasoned entrepreneur who has successfully navigated around the pitfalls that cause early business failure, you’re ready to grow, then financing your continued growth becomes an issue.

Enter the SBA 504 loan program, especially designed to help small businesses at this juncture.

To help you identify what government financing programs may be available to help you start or expand your business, check out the “Access Financing” Wizard from BusinessUSA.

In a few quick steps, this wizard will guide you to government resources to access financing for your business!

To request a copy of the archived documents listed below, please contact the Office of Advocacy via email at advocacy@sba.gov.

Regulatory comment letters concerning the Federal Government's compliance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act as amended by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act.

Statistics of U.S. Businesses, Business Dynamics Statistics, Business Employment Dynamics, and Nonemployer Statistics

| Introduction | SUSB | BDS | BED | Nonemployers |

A Guide for Government Agencies: How to Comply with the Regulatory Flexibility Act

Published August 2017

 Foreword

Economic freedom is the foundation for individual success and prosperity. This freedom is evident in the entrepreneurial small business sector, which creates most of the new jobs and a large share of the innovations in the American economy. When government takes small businesses into consideration in developing regulations, it saves time and money and supports the growth of the nation’s most productive sector.

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