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Business Services Division > An Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting A Business in Indiana > Chapter 10 - Government Business Loans Chapter 10 - Government Business Loans

Federal, state and local governments offer a wide range of financing programs to help small businesses start and grow their operations. These programs include low-interest loans, venture capital, and scientific and economic development grants. The US Small Business Association provides information on financing here

Indiana Economic Development Corporation offers multiple resources in the development of your business. One portion of this initiative is the Toolbox Guide to Development Funds, managed by Ball State University. This Guide is a comprehensive listing of grants, loans, tax programs, and incentives available in the state of Indiana. The searchable database of programs and provides the information entrepreneurs require to connect to projects that best fit your needs.

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