SBA Loans You Can and Can't Get During a Government Shutdown, in Two Lists

The U.S. Capitol building in Washington Photograph by Michael Reynolds/EPA via Corbis

Whether you choose to heed the words lawmakers are speaking, or search for more subtle hints, the first federal government shutdown in 17 years is looking increasingly likely. That means furloughing about 800,000 government workers and suspending funding for a wide array of services, including contracts that government agencies award to small business owners.

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