Small Business Administration (SBA)

Small Business Administration (SBA) is the principal government agency concerned with helping small U.S. firms.

Small business administration (SBA) is a federal government agency started in 1953 to give financial and managerial assistance to owners of small business.

An independent agency of the federal government, created in 1953 for the purpose of protecting the interests of small-business owners.


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