Should TARP be used to help small businesses?

02/25/2010 | Small Business Trends

Community banks resisted using heavily regulated Troubled Asset Relief Program funds for small-business loans last year. Now the White House says it wants to convert the remaining TARP funds into a program that lends to banks on a sliding scale -- the more loans they make, the less interest they pay, Rieva Lesonsky writes. At least one GOP critic in the Senate is vowing to block TARP funds from being used as a "piggy bank" for small businesses.

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