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Are all grants non-repayable?

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It is true! All grants are non-repayable, which is good news for the many business owners out there who need assistance that they cannot afford to repay. The difficult part may come with trying to research these grants programs, but this is where the help of a professional can be beneficial. If you want assistance with learning about getting non-repayable grants, the Centre for Small Business Financing may be contacted. You can get in touch with us in a few different ways. We can be called at 1-866-682-7580, our toll free phone number, or contact through our online email form.
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