They put their lives on the line in battle. Now we can help them safeguard the livelihood they are building back home.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) December 06, 2013
Starting in January and lasting until the end of the fiscal year, the Small Business Administration has committed to setting the borrower upfront fee to zero for all veteran loans authorized under the SBA Express program, which supports loans of up to $350,000.
Joseph Ferriolo, director of Wise, says such a move is admirable but overdue.
"Anything that can be done to help our nation's veterans should be done. While this program is a way way to pave the path for veterans looking to build small businesses, the planning stages can still be daunting. We want to help ease the transition from military to civilian life by making the planning stage painless."
Not only does Wise have experts standing by to assist with any SBA compliant plan, they are particularly prepared to help people -- like veterans -- who may be switching career fields.
"Because we have access to the latest market research and are up on cutting edge marketing trends, we can help new business owners from any background hit the ground running."
Ferriolo says, like the SBA, his company sees helping veterans as a way to give back.
"They put their lives on the line in battle. Now we can help them safeguard the livelihood they are building back home."
Visit http://www.thesbaplan.com to learn more about the SBA Plan was Wise.
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