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Contact your local Small Business Development Center in your state. They offer free consulting that will help you find money, plan a strategy, and help you with any kind of management, technical or financial problem if you are a business or non-profit organization, or just want to start one. You can find your local office.
wouldn’t it be fun to chuck the city life and go raise horses out in the country? Well, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has a money program to help you. It’s called Farm Operating Loans and it is for people who want to run small farms or ranches away from traffic that scares the horses. You can actually get up to $762,000 with interest rates as low as 3.75%. Pretty good deal.
in Rhode Island, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina or Washington, there is now extra money and help for you.
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you can walk into a local government supported management consulting office and they will sit down with you, for free, and help you identify major money programs in your area, help you fill out forms to get money, help you prepare a business plan, give you free tax counseling services, free marketing help, or free help with public relations, technology or anything else. It doesn’t get better than this. Find the local office of your Small Business Development Center. They are supported by state and federal governments.. Your state lead center can tell you about your local office.