Small Disadvantaged Business
Each year the federal government allocates approximately 10% (roughly $50 billion dollars) to Small Disadvantaged Businesses. The business may be registered as a Small Disadvantaged Business if it meets the criteria set by the Code of Federal Regulations:
- The firm must be 51% or more owned and controlled by one or more disadvantaged persons.
- The disadvantaged person or persons must be socially disadvantaged and economically disadvantaged.
- The firm must be small, according to SBA’s size standards.
Contact us to discuss eligibility for your business.