How do I apply for PPP loan forgiveness?

How do I apply for PPP loan forgiveness?

How and when to apply for loan forgiveness

  1. Contact your PPP lender and complete the correct form:
  2. Compile your documentation:
  3. Submit the forgiveness form and documentation to your PPP lender:
  4. Continue to communicate with your lender throughout the process:

What utilities count for PPP forgiveness?

The loan forgiveness application language issued on May 15th has helped clarify this aspect of forgiveness, stating that you may include “business payments for a service for the distribution of electricity, gas, water, transportation, telephone, or internet access for which service began before February 15, 2020.

What if your PPP is not forgiven?

PPP loans are designed to cover payroll-related costs and other select operating costs. If your PPP loan forgiveness is denied, contact your lender. You may be able to submit extra documentation to help with the approval process.

How much can I borrow under PPP?

The maximum amount of money you can borrow as a first-time PPP borrower is 2.5 times your average monthly payroll costs, up to a maximum of $10 million. That means, for example, if your average monthly payroll in the last 12 months was $100,000, you could borrow up to $250,000.

Who qualifies for the new PPP loan?

Under the ARPA (and the CARES Act), most small businesses or nonprofit organizations are potentially eligible to receive a PPP loan if the organization employs 500 employees or fewer. However, some entities could benefit from elevated employee caps established by the SBA for certain industries.

Why did my PPP Loan get denied?

There are several reasons why you might be rejected for a PPP loan: First, you might not meet the qualifications of the program. Second, it might be due to an SBA software issue incorrectly rejecting 2nd time applicants who haven’t had their first loan forgiveness.

Can I apply for a PPP loan online?

Lendio: Online lending network lets you apply to multiple partnered PPP lenders with one application. SmartBiz: Leading online facilitator of SBA and bank term loans streamlines application process. Credibly: Online SMB lender providing PPP loans to small businesses and institutions for their customers.

Which bank is best for PPP loan?

Below are highlights from some of the top PPP approved lenders:

  • JPMorgan Chase ($29.35 billion loaned)
  • Bank of America (BofA) ($25.56 loaned)
  • BMO Harris ($4.84 billion loaned)
  • Cross River ($6.55 billion loaned)
  • Wells Fargo ($10.60 billion loaned)
  • Best PPP Lenders.