Are you feeling stuck trying to navigate the financial turmoil of an SBA loan default? Well, you’re not alone, and in fact, one of the things I do very well is provide solutions to individuals in your situation. I’m Todd Spodek with the Solve Debt Relief, and my team is experienced and skilled in analyzing and advising you on your SBA loan problems. Let’s talk about a possible SBA offer in compromise and how it could make a difference for you.
Are You Terrified of an SBA Loan Default?
The fear of an SBA loan default can be practically paralyzing – I totally get it. You don’t have to go it alone though. The team at the Solve Debt Relief can help you understand the intricate pieces of your predicament and work with you to explore potential outcomes, such as an SBA offer in compromise. Believe me, it can be a game-changer to have someone by your side during these tough times. Let’s get together and chat about your situation.
High Risk – New Start Up Ventures?
Now, it’s true that new start-ups, especially those with negative cash flow, might sound like they’re playing fast and loose. Yet, it seems like the Small Business Administration (SBA) sees an opportunity here. They’ve even sent out a call to attract experienced early-stage fund managers to assist these budding businesses. This push falls under President Obama’s Start-Up America Initiative, which was launched with the aim to encourage entrepreneurial innovation and access to capital. You can check out further details about this initiative at www.sba.gov/inv/earlystage.
Enterprises without any history of positive cash flow potentially present a higher risk of defaults. Let’s be real; whether this gamble will pay off depends largely on our economic climate over the next few years.
Caught in SBA Loan Trouble?
If you’re struggling with your SBA loan and need advice, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-888-756-9969. We’d be glad to evaluate your case and discuss possible solutions.
What Can The Solve Debt Relief Do For You?
Here’s the scoop: We’ve resolved a staggering amount in SBA Debts via Offer in Compromise and Negotiated Repayment Agreements – all without our clients having to face bankruptcy filings or home foreclosures. Brass tacks? We fight fiercely to help you hold onto what you value most.
We’ve also robustly defended Treasury Debts through channels like AWG Hearings, managing to solve Treasury Offset Program disputes, representing clients at private collection agencies, and working out Compromise Offers and Negotiated Repayment Agreements.
Our lawyers, authorized by the Agency Practice Act, represent Federal Debtors nationwide before the SBA, The SBA Office of Hearings and Appeals, the Treasury Department, and the Bureau of Fiscal Service. We’ve got your back, every step of the way.
Ready to talk? Let’s get started on turning things around for you.
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