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===== Federal Grants and Awards ===== ===== Federal Grants and Awards =====
-**Update December 2017**:+**Update June 2018**: 
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 +Always keep an eye out for our new articles and article updates that provide information about grants, loans and other types of aid. For example, a recent update to [[assistance_for_child_care|Assistance for Child Care]] could help you find aid in places you hadn't thought to look. To see what additions have been made, just look at the bottom of any page on this site to see "recent updates." 
If you are among the small businesses struggling to recover from damage due to Hurricane Harvey, you are not alone. Many are facing tough times since businesses do not qualify for FEMA funds, and the Small Business Administration’s program for disaster loans can be difficult to qualify for. Over 50%of small business applications for a disaster loans get rejected based on a lack of projected cash flows to cover loan payments. Lawmakers are aware of the situation and are assessing the government’s response and the impact on small business. So things probably won’t change fast but hopefully improvements will be made for the future. If you are among the small businesses struggling to recover from damage due to Hurricane Harvey, you are not alone. Many are facing tough times since businesses do not qualify for FEMA funds, and the Small Business Administration’s program for disaster loans can be difficult to qualify for. Over 50%of small business applications for a disaster loans get rejected based on a lack of projected cash flows to cover loan payments. Lawmakers are aware of the situation and are assessing the government’s response and the impact on small business. So things probably won’t change fast but hopefully improvements will be made for the future.
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