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Your Bank Graded on Small Biz Lending

Want to know if your bank is a star or a dud in lending to small business?

Access to Credit

Access to credit has been a challenge for many businesses, though others have plenty of cash. Let's review some basic facts about business credit:

Small Biz Taxpayers to Chase, BofA and Wells Fargo CEOs

Small biz loan broker ask banks, "where's the money?"  photo/new $100 bill

Small business loan broker Ami Kassar writes an open letter to the CEOs of Chase Manhattan, Bank of America and Wells Fargo banks on behalf of small business taxpayers.

Banks Start Lending Again

Good news for small business owners and the economy! For the first time since this recession began, banks  expand lending.

SBA Help Not Getting Through to Businesses

The federal government's small business stimulus program isn't working say experts.

Why Are SBA Loans Drying Up Just When Needed Most?

An "Anonymous Banker" asks why aren't the top banks using SBA-guaranteed loans, called 7A loans, to stimulate small business start-ups and expansions when the economy needs it the most?

Small Business Owners Facing Credit Crunch

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Blue MauMau) - Small business owners are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain loans to expand operations, replace aging equipment and weather seasonal troughs. How difficult?