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- What is the SBA 413 form and how to properly calculate your Adjusted Net Worth to prove the applicants meet the $250,000 Adjusted Net Worth Requirement.
- Who needs to complete an SBA 413 form(s) within the SBA 8(a) Application and tips on whether the spouse’s Adjusted Net Worth may be counted too.
- The exact supporting account statements you need to have in front of you to complete every area of the SBA 413 form including tips on what each statement must contain to be compliant and to how to properly name each supporting statement for upload to certify.sba.gov so the SBA can validate the values reported.
- How to access the SBA 413 form(s) through the SBA GLS system.
- How to properly complete every item in the SBA 413 form including every Asset, Liability and Source of Income input required so your form is completed properly to alleviate any questions by the SBA. (See Below):
a. Cash on Hand and in Banks
b. Savings Accounts
c. IRA and Other Retirement Accounts (Including tips on certifying these accounts as legitimate and what other documents you need to provide other than the current statements)
d. Roth IRA Accounts
e. Accounts and Notes Receivable
f. Life Insurance – Cash Surrender Value
g. Stocks and Bonds
h. Real Estate (Including how to find the value and what exact documents you need to provide
i. Automobile Present Value (including how to find the value)
j. Other Personal Property
k. Other Assets
l. Mutual Funds
m. Applicant’s Business Equity (Including how to determine this value)
n. Equity in Other Firms
a. Accounts Payable
b. Notes Payable to Banks and Others (What goes in this section and what does not)
c. Installment Account – Auto
d. Installment Account – Other
e. Loan on Life Insurance
f. Mortgages on Real Estate
g. Unpaid Taxes
h. Other Liabilities
Income and Contingent Liabilities Section:
b. Net Investment Income
c. Real Estate Income
d. Other Income