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SBC Helping Businesses Get Back on Feet

Friday, December 16, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kristina Moy
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WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College’s Small Business Center is assisting with a statewide program designed to help North Carolina small businesses get back on their feet.

In July, the N.C. Department of Revenue and the N.C. Small Business Commissioners Office launched the Small Business Taxpayer Recovery Program (SBTRP) to assist businesses struggling financially as a result of the nation’s economic downturn. According to a press release from Gov. Beverly Perdue’s office, the program is currently helping more than 1,000 of the state’s small businesses.

"Companies from the mountains to the coast are benefiting from the state’s help during these tough economic times,” said Secretary of Revenue David Hoyle. "We have everything from restaurants, automotive centers, and health care services to landscaping and building companies that are using this program to get back on their feet.”

Larry Biggs, a business counselor with the PCC Small Business Center, said his office is currently working with seven businesses through SBTRP.

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