The Missouri Linked Deposit Program is well-funded with a total of $720 million
available, and State Treasurer Clint Zweifel’s office is prepared to use the program
to its highest potential. The program has proven successful in creating and retaining
jobs, expanding the economy and strengthening communities statewide for nearly 25
The program’s eligibility guidelines have expanded through Treasurer Zweifel’s economic
development legislation, Invest in Missouri,
making low-interest loans available to more borrowers including small businesses
creating jobs, alternative energy producers and consumers, agriculture operations
and local governments. The signed legislation went into effect August 28, 2009.
Read the full news release.
Program Information and Eligibility Requirements
Click on one of the links below to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements.
Small Business Program - $110 million Missouri Linked Deposits Review Committee
Job Enhancement Program - $220 million
Alternative Energy Program - approved case-by-case
Agriculture Program - $330 million
Local Governments Program - approved case-by-case
Multi-Family Housing Program - $20 million
The committee has review and oversight capacity for all matters relating to the Missouri Linked Deposit Program. The committee may examine all aspects of the Missouri Linked Deposit Program, including but not limited to, its administration, operation and effectiveness.
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