SBA stresses importance of reapplying for loan if denied – Reuters
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The United States Small Business Administration joined local business leaders and the Warren County Disaster Recovery Center on Wednesday.
Here they announced that they and FEMA had raised nearly $60 million in total.
In addition, the SBA advises people to take their low-interest, long-term loans, promising that they are there to help them in the long run.
The SBA encourages people with injuries to apply for federal assistance even if you have already been denied.
SBA Southeast Regional Administrator Allen Thomas said, “Enjoy this while it is available to you so that whenever you choose to use it, it will be available to you, especially for carry out your repairs and restore your property to the level it was. when the tornado happened.
An SBA public affairs officer, Michael Lampton, agreed, saying, “Don’t let the fact that when you’re trying to do it online discourage you from being able to move on and get back on your feet.
They also remind survivors of the disaster that the approaching filing deadline for returning property damage claims is now March 14.