South Dakota Sees $4.5 Million for Small Businesses

By |2014-02-19T16:15:31-07:00February 19th, 2014|

Small business owners in South Dakota will soon see a boost in the number of private loans. The U.S. Treasury Department is expanding its lending program by adding about $4.5 million for small businesses.

This federal funding has been allocated in the hopes that it will increase jobs, boost the economy, and help foster a good community for businesses to start, grow, and thrive. The South Dakota WORKS program helps businesses looking for new financing for necessary projects such as: start up costs, working capital, payroll, inventory needs and interim construction loans. Many of these loans will be available through local banking institutions.

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