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Finance Management


Financial management entails planning for the future of a person or a business enterprise to ensure a positive cash flow. It includes the administration and maintenance of financial assets. Besides, financial management covers the process of identifying and managing risks.

 
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Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agr...

By: Small Business Administration

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Will publish another document in the federal register. The document will include a discussion of any comments we receive and any amendments we are making to the rule as a result of the comments. Executive order 12866 and regulatory flexibility act this rule has been reviewed under executive order 12866. For this action, the office of management and budget has waived its review process required by executive order 12866.

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Record Disclosure and Privacy

By: Small Business Administration

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101.405 How does the administrator respond to comments? (a) if a state process provides a recommendation to SBA through its single point of contact, the administrator: (1) accepts the recommendation; or (2) reaches a mutually agreeable solution with the state process; or (3) provides the single point of contact with a written explanation of the decision in a form the administrator deems appropriate. The administrator may also supplement the written explanation by telepho...

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Standards for Conducting Business with Sba

By: Small Business Administration

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SBA cannot withhold a benefit solely because you refuse to tell it your ssn. 102.58 when will SBA show personnel records to a representative? (a) if you go to where the records are kept, SBA will permit one person of your choosing to inspect the records with you. (b) if you want your representative to inspect the records without you, you must give SBA a written authorization.

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Standards of Conduct and Employee Restrictions and Responsibilities

By: Small Business Administration

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Matter before SBA or which is materially inconsistent with the provisions of an applicable compensation agreement or lender service provider agreement. A fee based solely on a percentage of a loan or guarantee amount can be reasonable, depending on the circumstances of a case and the services actually rendered.

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Small Business Investment Companies

By: Small Business Administration

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Telephone number of the assistant standards of conduct counselor to contact for advice and assistance. (d) employee requests for advice or rulings should be directed to the appropriate standards of conduct counselor for appropriate action.

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Rules and Regulations

By: Small Business Administration

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This section of the federal register contains regulatory documents having general applicability and legal effect, most of which are keyed to and codified in the code of federal regulations, which is published under 50 titles pursuant to 44 U.S.C. 1510. The code of federal regulations is sold by the superintendent of documents. Prices of new books are listed in the first federal register issue of each week.

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Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of Sba : Effectua...

By: Small Business Administration

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Grant from SBA and in no event more than 10 years); and/or (iv) an annuity, purchased with funds other than regulatory capital, from an insurance company acceptable to SBA and that may be payable over a multiyear period acceptable to SBA (but not to exceed the term of the operational assistance grant from SBA and in no event more than 10 years).

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Subpart B : Representation and Indemnification of Sba Employees

By: Small Business Administration

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What is SBA?s policy with respect to indemnifying and providing legal representation to SBA employees? (a) if an SBA employee engages in conduct, within the scope of his or her employment, which gives rise to a claim, and the SBA administrator or designee determines that any of the following actions relating to the claim are in SBA?s interest, SBA may:

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Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs or Activities of Sba

By: Small Business Administration

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Claim should not have been paid by SBA, the surety must repay the specified amounts to SBA. 115.71 denial of liability. In addition to the grounds set forth in 115.19, SBA may deny liability to a psb surety if: (a) the psb surety?s guaranteed bond was in an amount which, together with all other guaranteed bonds, exceeded the allotment for the period during which the bond was approved, and no prior SBA approval had been obtained;

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Program for Investment in Micro-Entrepreneurs

By: Small Business Administration

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What is the program for investment in microentreprenuers (??prime?? or ??the act??) : 119.2 definitions. 119.3 what types of organizations are eligible for prime grants? 119.4 what services or activities must prime grant funds be used for? 119.5 how are prime grant awards allocated? 119.6 what are the minimum and maximum amounts for an award? 119.7 how long and for what amounts will grant funding be available to a single grantee? 119.8 are there matching requirements for...

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Disaster Loan Program : Subpart an Overview

By: Small Business Administration

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What do these rules cover? 123.2 what are disaster loans and disaster declarations? 123.3 how are disaster declarations made? 123.4 what is a disaster area and why is it important? 123.5 what kinds of loans are available? 123.6 what does SBA look for when considering a disaster loan applicant? 123.7 are there restrictions on how disaster loans can be used? 123.8 does SBA charge any fees for obtaining a disaster loan? 123.9 what happens if i don?t use loan proceeds for th...

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Business Development/Small Disadvantaged Business Status Determina...

By: Small Business Administration

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A loan packager which earns more than one-third of its gross annual revenue from packaging SBA loans; (g) principally engaged in teaching, instructing, counseling, or indoctrinating religion or religious beliefs, whether in a religious or secular setting; or (h) primarily engaged in political or lobbying activities.

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Small Business Development Centers

By: Small Business Administration

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Based on disagreement with the findings and conclusions contained in the determination. (f) contents of appeal. The appeal must be in writing. The appeal must identify the protest determination being appealed and set forth a full and specific statement as to why the decision is erroneous or what significant fact the aa/hub failed to consider. (g) completion of appeal after award. An appeal may proceed to completion even after award of the contract that prompted the prote...

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Rules of Procedure Governing Cases before the Office of Hearings a...

By: Small Business Administration

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Fiscal year and march 30 for calendar year sbdcs. These reports shall reflect accurately the activities, accomplishments and deficiencies of the sbdc network. (d) financial reports. The recipient organization shall provide three quarterly and one annual financial report to the SBA project officer as set forth in the program announcement and the cooperative agreement, in compliance with omb circulars. (e) availability of records. As required by omb (see circular a?133), a...

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Debt Collection through Offset

By: Small Business Administration

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Shall request the information and provide the other party or parties an opportunity to respond to that information. The director, oeeoc, shall have 60 days from receipt of the additional information or responses to such additional information, whichever is later, to make the decision. The director, oeeoc, shall transmit his or her decision in writing to the parties. The decision shall set forth the findings, remedial actions, and reasons for the decision.

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Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act Regulations

By: Small Business Administration

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Considers your response and determines that you owe a past-due, legally enforceable debt. (e) within 60 days of the notice you may present evidence that all or part of the debt is not past due or not legally enforceable. (1) where a salary offset or administrative offset is proposed, you will have the opportunity to present your evidence to SBA?s office of hearings and appeals (??oha??). The rules in part 134 of this title govern the procedural rights to which you are en...

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142. 41 How Does Sba Protect the Rights of Defendants?

By: Small Business Administration

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These procedures separate the functions of the investigating official, reviewing official, and the alj, each of whom report to a separate organizational authority in accordance with 31 U.S.C. 3801. Except for purposes of settlement, or as a witness or a representative in public proceedings, no investigating official, reviewing official, or SBA employee or agent who helps investigate, prepare, or present a case may (in such case, or a factually related case) participate i...

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Appendix to Part 145 : Covered Transactions

By: Small Business Administration

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Subpart A : 146.100 conditions on use of funds. (a) no appropriated funds may be expended by the recipient of a federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement to pay any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a member of congress, an officer or employee of congress, or an employee of a member of congress in connection with any of the following covered federal actions: the awarding of any federal contract, the maki...

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Government Wide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (Non-Procurement)

By: Small Business Administration

Government Reference Publication

Subpart a?purpose and coverage : sec. 147.100 what does this part do? 147.105 does this part apply to me? 147.110 are any of my federal assistance awards exempt from this part? 147.115 does this part affect the federal contracts that i receive?

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Sba Nomination Guidelines National Small Business Week Awards 2001

By: Small Business Administration

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Welcome to the 38th national small business week! This year?s annual celebration promises to be one of our most memorable ever. The president sets aside national small business week each year to formally recognize the crucial role America?s small business community plays in the economy. That community is more vibrant than ever, with approximately 25.5 million small businesses employing more than half the american work force. They?ve helped create almost 20 million new jo...

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