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Ten things that will get your grant application denied
Tip # 3 - Bad spelling and grammar

You want your application to be professional. So if you know your spelling or grammar is not your strongest point, then either run it through a spelling and grammar checker (Microsoft Word has one built in that you can use, if you have it) or get someone else to edit it for you. Chances are pretty good that you know someone who can do this for you. And there are many times that I have seen applications being denied simply because the grammatical errors were so bad. So before you submit your application, make sure it is completely polished without any glaring spelling or grammatical errors that could cost you that business grant.


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