Posts Tagged ‘Small Business Administration (SBA)’

National Small Business Week: Owners Share Struggles and Successes

May 4th, 2022

National Small Business Week celebrates American entrepreneurs’ economic contributions. Speed bumps may compose the road to a successful startup, but Tim Ham, owner of Felony Film in Atlanta, Ga., trusted the process. The installer’s record includes 10 felonies inspiring his company’s name. “I started two pawn shops and got into trouble buying a stolen truckload […]

A Government Shutdown Could Come Friday. Is Your Small Business Prepared?

Sep 29th, 2021

Push to get the services you must have before Friday. If you need tax assistance, a regulatory approval, advice on a project or a loan from the SBA, reach out to those agencies now before they close. Washington is facing yet another shutdown, just as in 2019, 2018, 2013, 1996, 1995 and three other times […]

SBA PPP Email Scam

Aug 26th, 2020

First Citizens Bank recently sent out a notice alerting businesses about a new phishing scam, which targets the Small Business Administration (SBA) PPP loan applicants. “Criminals are impersonating the SBA and its office of disaster assistance, sending phishing emails that appear to be from the SBA,” a portion of the notice reads. “The emails create a […]

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