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

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Once you’ve completed the Organizational and Management section of your plan, the next part of your business plan is where you describe your service or product, emphasizing the benefits to potential and current customers. Focus on why your particular product will fill a need for your target customers.

What to Include in Your Service or Product Line Section

A Description of Your Product / Service

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U.S. Small Business Administration

Guaranteed 6.343% Debenture

Participation Certificates, Series SBIC 2002-10 A

Evidencing Fractional Undivided Interests in a Pool of 6.343% Debentures Due March 1, 2012 Issued by

Small Business Investment Companies

If a requester is still in disagreement with the agency’s decision regarding their appeal of a denial related to correction or amendment of the specified record(s), they may submit a written statement of disagreement to the office that maintains the record involved. That office will mark the original record to indicate that the information is disputed, that a statement of disagreement exists, and where the statement of disagreement is located within the system of records.

Credit and debit cards are popular, convenient, flexible, and have become increasingly important in business commerce. If your business is considering what forms of payment to accept, or if you'd like to expand the payment options of your cash-only business, be sure to go over the pros and cons of accepting card payments.

Pros of Accepting Card Payments:

  • Card payments are evolving into the most common method of customer payment.

  • Businesses can easily accept card payments.

This report provides statistics on Year to Date (YTD) SBA Business Loan Approval Activity comparisons for Fiscal Years 2009, 2010 and 2011 for the period ending 02/28/2011.

To view the full report, please click on the below attachment.

In accordance with Executive Order (EO) 12866 on Regulatory Planning and Review, as amended by EO 13422 (January 18, 2007), and the Bulletin for Agency Good Guidance Practices, adopted by the Office of Management and Budget, SBA is maintaining this Web page to provide the public with a list of any documents that are determined to be "significant guidance documents" subject to the EO and Bulletin.

U.S. Small Business Administration Office Inspector General Memorandum

To: Eric R. Zarnikow
Associate Administrator for Capital Access
/s/ Original Signed

Date: December 4, 2009

From: Debra S. Ritt
Assistant Inspector General for Auditing

Subject: Review of Controls Over Job Creation and Retention Statistics Reported by SBA under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009


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