We look at SBA 504 loans for working capital, real estate exclusions and how business advisors can help with the Small Business Administration loan process.

SBA Loans for Improving or Expanding Your Business


Access to financing can be the life blood for most closely held businesses. In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” EisnerAmper manager Tim Schuster looks at several categories of Small Business Administration (SBA) loans. He covers what lenders examine in the approval process as well as how business advisors can help you make the most of the process.


Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to “The Bottom Line.” This podcast examines the everyday business and finance issues faced by closely held and private businesses. We hope to provide you with news you can use in what we like to think of as a jargon-free zone. I’m your host Dave Plaskow and with us is Tim Schuster, a manager in EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group. In this episode, we’ll discuss how you can finance the improvement or expansion of your business with SBA loans. Nice to see you Tim.
Tim Schuster: Dave, a pleasure to see you as well.

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