After all of your hard work, the Small Business Administration has issued a denial letter to your 8(a) application. Each denial letter is unique in that it will specifically spell out the deficiencies associated with your application. Often times, the deficiencies are of a nature that can be challenged. With additional supporting documentation and explanation, they can be fully remedied, and the goal of a successful 8(a) certification still attained.
Ez8a has established an excellent track record of successful performance on our client’s behalf in submitting requests for reconsideration. The process is straightforward; our Senior Partner will review the SBA’s denial letter and then engage with the prospective client to best assess their likelihood of a successful reconsideration. At this point, for clients that proceed with a request for reconsideration, ez8a develops and submits this request. This involves working closely with you to develop a successful approach to be used in the reconsideration request process, as well as identifying all the supplemental data/statistics and other documents necessary to ensure that the reconsideration request fully addresses all of the areas of concern as identified in the SBA’s denial letter. Ez8a drafts all correspondence on behalf of the client for submission to the SBA.
Contact us today for a free emergency services consultation (due to your receipt of the SBA denial letter). You only have a 45-day period to submit the reconsideration request. Please don’t have your application’s denial become final because you missed the reconsideration deadline.
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