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SBA Loan Default: What Happens If You Don’t Pay?

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Many business owners think failing to repay business debt means: your business is over.

This simply isn’t true. Business debt is a problem which CAN be handled, just like everything else; but only if you take pro-active steps. Lawscape helps you understand the law, and works with you to make sure that business debt isn’t the end of your business. 

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You Bet Your Business: Lawscape Demystifies SBA Loan Defaults

So, you’ve got your small business humming along, loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA) are fueling your growth, but then, disaster! You’re facing an SBA loan default. What happens next? Allow Lawscape from Lawscape to be your guide in these murky waters.

Roots of the Matter

You, like thousands of small beans-turned-big-leagues businesses, depended on the SBA. Not just any lender, the SBA is a federal agency that gives an up-thrust to those banks and lenders extending loans to small businesses.

So, if you’re carrying an SBA loan, and you default, not only do banks come after you, Uncle Sam does too! Let’s hit the nitty-gritty.

The Art of Money Matters

Now, lending to a small business is a big gamble but, oh boy, when it pays off, it’s jackpot! Chewing on the delicious profits could take time, and some businesses unfortunately choke on the pit before they taste the fruit.

So, while the SBA likes you to have some ‘skin in the game’, they know dimes can run dry. Thanks to SBA, visionaries who lack the necessary dough can still get their dream on the road.

Who’s got your Back (and your Money)

Here’s where it gets dicey: When you take an SBA loan, your creditors include the federal government and the bank. Yes, there’s a whole entourage on your bill.

Down the Default Route

Behind-The-Scenes Dealing

Banks dread SBA loan defaults, and can play nice if it sidesteps the default. Any new term, though usually tilted towards the bank, might save both you and the bank the trouble of a truant loan.

Remember, this have-your-cake-and-eat-it deal with the bank might need a head-nod from the SBA. Remember that ‘proverbial red tape’? This is where it can come up.

Gone in Debt Collection

FTC guidelines on debt collection don’t extend to business loans. So, if the bank moves ahead as per the SBA loan agreement, they can force asset sales, kickstart business shutdowns, be a real wrench in the works.

If the bank’s not been able to recoup their loan through these routes, they knock on SBA’s door, collecting the guaranteed cents on the dollar.

Debt or Alive: The Feds Take Over

Remember the feds’ slice in your loan pie? The SBA is owed its share, and they aren’t letting you off the hook.

A 60-day demand letter from the SBA and, lo and behold, you’re heading for a showdown with the Treasury Department. You’ve to either settle the debt or provide an ‘offer in compromise’. No two ways about it.

Negotiating with Loansharks (or, The Feds)

The Sopranos’ Offer

Have an offer of compromise ready and it should dissect your finances like a frog in biology class. Everything’s under inspection here from taxes to asset transfers to income statements. The feds mean business, and they need to be convinced that accepting an offer in compromise is their best shot at recovering the money.

Rejection and Beyond

The feds typically throw you a bone only once. If they refuse your compromise offer, you’ve got a date with the Treasury Department. They’re the guys who can garnish your wages, hijack tax refunds, even haul you to court. It’s not over yet, but it’s now caught in more red tape than a FedEx package.

Needle in a Haystack: Finding Help

Staring at an SBA default could be scarier than facing a hideous creature from a Stephen King novel. Breathe! The Lawscape is here to steer you through the storm.

Filling out a straightforward online form begins your journey back on track.

Why Lawscape?

Together, we’ve tackled million-dollar SBA and Treasury debts, dancing through legal hoops such as negotiated repayment agreements, compromise offers, private collection agency representation, amongst others.

Plus, our years of putting glaring legal jargon into simple talk and making sense of dollars and cents is a specialty we’re proud of. We have an extensive experience with authorities and are equipped to handle Federal debt cases nationwide, across SBA and Treasury departments and Bureau of Fiscal Service.

In the circus of loans and debts, think of Lawscape and the Lawscape as your reliable ringmaster, turning confusion into clarity and defaults into repayments.

Lawscape Can Help You Manage Your Business Debt

If you’re struggling with business debt, we can help you understand your situation. During the initial consultation, we’ll go over the contract, and other legal documents you signed. After that, our firm will work with you to get a better understanding of your situation, and help you come up with a game plan that keeps your business alive. 

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Everyone has different types of business debt. What matters is that you take it seriously. Regardless of whether it’s secured, or unsecured, you need to work with a firm that understands how to negotiate, reduce, settle, and manage, this business debt. 

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We are here to help you, and want nothing more than to help you save your business. Speak to our business debt relief specialists today.

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