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Applying for a PPP Loan
The first step in applying for a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan is to contact your bank or another participating lender. The Small Business Administration (SBA) has a list of participating lenders on its website. Once you have found a lender, you will need to fill out an application and submit it to the lender.
Find a lender
The first step in applying for a PPP loan is finding a lender. Any Small Business Administration (SBA) 7(a) lender or any participating federally insured depository institution, federally insured credit union, and Farm Credit System institution can make PPP loans.
If you don’t have an existing relationship with an SBA 7(a) lender or a participating lender, you should reach out to multiple lenders to secure the best deal. You can find a list of SBA-approved lenders on the SBA website.
Once you’ve found a lender, you’ll need to fill out an application and provide supporting documentation, such as payroll records or tax forms. The application is available on the SBA website.
Apply for the loan
If you’re interested in applying for a PPP loan, the first step is to fill out an application with the Small Business Administration (SBA). You can find the application on the SBA website.
The application will ask for basic information about your business, such as your business name, address, and the type of business you have. You will also need to provide information about your revenue and expenses for the past year.
Once you have submitted your application, the SBA will review it and determine whether you are eligible for a PPP loan. If you are approved, you will be notified of the loan amount and terms.
Applying for Loan Forgiveness
The Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan forgiveness application is now available on the Small Business Administration’s (“SBA”) website. Borrowers can begin the process of applying for forgiveness of their PPP loans by completing and submitting the application to their lender.
Find the right application
The first step to apply for forgiveness is to fill out the right application. The SBA released three different applications for PPP loan forgiveness—3508S, 3508EZ, and a new form 3508. The SBA said form 3508 should be used for loans of $50,000 or less.
The release of the new form 3508 comes with instructions on how to fill out the application. Borrowers will need to provide their loan number, business name and address, North American Industry Classification System code, proof of payroll and non-payroll expenses as well as certifications related to the CARES Act.
Fill out the application
small businesses can apply for loan forgiveness through the SBA by filling out an application and submitting it to their lender. The application includes information about your business, the amount of money you borrowed, and how you used it. You will also need to provide documentation to support your claims.
What to Do If You’re Denied Loan Forgiveness
If you’re denied loan forgiveness for your PPP loan, don’t panic. You do have options. You can appeal the decision or negotiate with your lender. This article will cover what to do if you’re denied loan forgiveness for your PPP loan.
Talk to your lender
If you’re denied loan forgiveness, you can appeal the decision by contacting your lender directly. In most cases, you’ll need to provide additional information or documentation to support your case.
If you’re not satisfied with your lender’s response, you can also file a complaint with the Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA will then review your case and make a determination.
If you’re still having trouble getting loan forgiveness, you can reach out to your state’s small business association or chamber of commerce for help. They may be able to offer guidance or connect you with resources that can help.
Appeal the decision
If you believe you should have been granted loan forgiveness, or if you think the amount of loan forgiveness was calculated incorrectly, you can appeal the decision. You’ll need to submit additional information to support your case. The SBA will then review your appeal and make a final determination.