EIDL Alert: Why You Must Read The Fine Print Of Any Loan Agreement

Millions of small business owners who received a loan through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program were relieved to get approved for one of these low-rate loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA). But some savvy borrowers who carefully reviewed their loan agreements have balked at what appear to be onerous provisions imposed on borrowers, including confusing and contradictory language about personal guarantees.

The EIDL loan agreement (which you can read in full here) currently states:

“By signing or otherwise authenticating below, each individual and each organization becomes jointly and severally obligated as a Borrower under this Agreement.”

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