Lendio, the nation’s leading small business loan marketplace, announced it has opened its streamlined preliminary online application for small business owners to access the government funds set aside for additional Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Correspondingly, how do I apply for a PPP loan?
Generally, PPP funds can be used for four purposes: payroll, mortgage interest, rent/lease, and utilities. Payroll should be the major use of the loan. The second stimulus bill also introduced four new categories of expenses that are allowed. We’ll go through all of the categories below.
Likewise, people ask, where do I submit my PPP application?
The PPP application is also live and can be submitted directly with banks, credit unions, and fintech companies including Square and PayPal. Both the SBA and banks should be able to begin taking new PPP and EIDL applications in the coming days, in the wake of Congress’s approval of these new funds.
Who qualifies for a PPP loan?
Who Qualifies for a PPP Loan? Any small business with 500 or fewer employees may be eligible. This includes small businesses, S corporations, C corporations, LLCs, private nonprofits, faith-based organizations, tribal groups and veteran groups.
If your business is any of the following:
|If you have employees|
|All businesses of this type should provide the following||Color copy of government issued ID (front and back) 2019 1040 Schedule C** 2019 IRS Form W-3 2019 IRS Form 940 W2s for any employees earning more than $100,000 Payroll statement covering 2/15/2020|
around two weeks
Borrowers may submit a loan forgiveness application any time before the maturity date of the loan, which is either two or five years from loan origination.
Depending on the size of the PPP loan, this can result in a $5,000,000 fine and up to 10 years in prison. 18 U.S.C. § 1343: Wire Fraud. This can result in fines and up to 20 years in prison.
Chase made 269,424 PPP loans in 2020, landing them in the number two spot behind Bank of America. … Chase will be lending again for Round 2, but there’s an important catch: Chase Bank will only be accepting applications from businesses that have an active business checking account, or that open one.
Bank of America is no longer accepting or processing new PPP loan applications from clients. Clients with applications that have been submitted to Bank of America or the SBA, and are currently pending, will be notified of their application status through email.
Lenders will continue accepting PPP forgiveness applications so long as borrowers have PPP loans. It’s recommended you apply for forgiveness before you need to make your first PPP loan payment. … PPP loans have a covered period of 8 to 24 weeks after the funds hit your bank account.
How and when to apply for loan forgiveness
- Contact your PPP lender and complete the correct form: …
- Compile your documentation:
- Submit the forgiveness form and documentation to your PPP lender: …
- Continue to communicate with your lender throughout the process:
If you applied for your PPP loan via Womply, you can check loan application status at https://www.womply.com/ppp–status/. If you did not apply through Womply, you will need to contact your SBA-approved lender and request a status update.