The wires hit your account and your startup has the money it needs to survive a couple extra years. That simplicity masks a ton of complexity — even with one of the best intentions, the federal government would not make issues easy. I consider MainStreet as the trendy interface between the governments that want to give out big pools of money and the small businesses that want that money to thrive. Every 12 months, the US authorities sets aside over $150 billion in tax credits and incentives to businesses, however only 2% of small companies truly take advantage of the credits for which they’re eligible. That leaves $146 billion sitting in bank accounts, simply ready to be claimed.