Grants Grants or "non-repayable contributions" are essentially that: funding that does not need to be paid back.
Loans Loans may be low- or no-interest contributions. Financing methods and repayment requirements vary from conventional loan arrangements to situations in which the business fronts the costs, submits the costs to the agency, receives reimbursement for all or a portion of the costs, and then at a pre-determined date, the business begins to pay back the loan. Unlike most bank loans to small businesses, government loans may be unsecured.
Loan guarantees Under the Canadian Small Business Financing Act, the federal government may guarantee a financial institution's loan to a small business, to a maximum of 85 percent. If the borrower defaults on a loan, the bank is protected, and therefore more apt to offer small businesses financing.
Income support Various programs provide income support to entrepreneurs for fixed periods, often up to a year, so that they are not required to work or seek work while starting their businesses.
Subsidies for hiring and training In order to increase employment and to create qualified workers, the federal government funds a number of programs that allow employers to hire and/or train youth, unemployed individuals, and other target groups.
Facilities subsidies In some cases, facility rental and/or utilities may be subsidized for the small business
Equity financing The government may invest in a small business, with the advantage of less stringent demands than those of venture capitalists or other private investors.
Tax refunds or tax credits Tax refunds and credits vary by industry and region.
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