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Finding Business Grants Tip #7
Ask your accountant

Just as it should be obvious to ask your banker about leads on business grants, your accountant can also be quite in the know about possible business grants, especially if your accountant deals exclusively with smaller and mid-sized businesses. Again, he or she will know if any of his or her clients were awarded business grants when they launched or were growing a business, so your accountant might be able to give you leads on clients who were previously awarded specific business grants. Accountants often have great leads on locally offered business grants that you can apply for, grants offered to businesses that are opening in your area.

Bottom line, don't forget to think about those who deal in finances to ask if they have any leads on business grants.

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