The stimulus package's forgivable small-business loan program starts today.
Up to $350 billion in government-guaranteed loans are available per the federally approved legislation.
The Wall Street Journal reports that questions surrounding the program persist, with lenders unsure how much due diligence of borrowers is required and whether they will be able to sell these loans to create liquidity.
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