Low-Interest or No-Interest Loans


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Do you qualify for Low-Interest or No-Interest Loans?
Most entrepreneurs prefer to be approved for a grant because they do not need to be repaid, but loans offer a greater chance of being approved for government funding. The amount of loans compared to grants is immense, and they are a logical alternative once the banks have told you they are not interested.

For the most part, government business loans are preferable to commercial lending options, such as may be obtained from a bank. Government loans are not designed to consider the recipient as an income source, so they typically have more favourable interest rates, reduced security requirements. Instead, these loans are intended to help create jobs, remove pressure on social services by helping entrepreneurs become self-employed, and getting a return on government money by bettering the economy at its base.

Many government loan programmes are made available in cooperation with commercial lenders, however, although the government provides the security that convinces the bank to go ahead with the investment.

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Take 45 seconds to learn how much money your small business may be able to receive in government grants and/or loans if you meet the criteria. While no one can guarantee you funding the more you know the better.

Start by clicking on the region your business is/will be located in and let the Fund Finder show you what kind of funding programmes you might qualify for.

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