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SBA 504 REDEFINES SMALL BUSINESS SIZE STANDARDS

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is broadening the definition of “small business” to include larger businesses. This means that even more businesses are eligible for SBA financing.

 

The adjustment reflects a 34.46% increase to accommodate inflation since the last interim size standard update in 2010. The Final Rule, consistent with the Proposed Rule from July 28, 2023, is adopted unchanged.

 

Additionally, the SBA will routinely evaluate inflation and economic indicators, making size standard adjustments as needed. The Alternative Size Standard for inflation will adhere to the established five-year schedule for reviewing monetary-based industry size standards.

Going forward, businesses (including affiliated companies) meeting the criteria below will be eligible under SBA’s Alternative Size Standard:

  • Tangible Net Worth not more than $20 million (up from $15 million)
  • Average Net Income after Federal Income Taxes for the two full fiscal years before SBA application date not more than $6.5 million (up from $5 million)

If a business doesn’t qualify under these criteria, they may still qualify for SBA financing through industry-specific size standards.

WHY SBA 504?
The SBA 504 program enables you to serve your current clients while also obtaining new prospects. Through this program, you can enhance your commercial financial portfolio, positioning your institution as an innovative and strategic partner for your clients.

 

WHY BLP?
BLP is a Certified Development Company (CDC) serving all of Wisconsin. As a financial partner, clients know they’re not just another number. Our partners benefit from having one contact – start to finish. Reduce risk, lend more, grow your portfolio!

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Wesley Walsh
Wesley Walsh
Loan Officer
Wesley Walsh's aptitude for navigating the world of commercial lending is outstanding and his passion for helping small businesses is second to none. Walsh graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from UW-Eau Claire and previously worked at Associated Bank in Green Bay and as a business development officer at Tri City National Bank in Milwaukee.

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