yes - through sba.gov
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Rishi - I believe you would have to repay it before applying for the loan - which would create the risk of not being approved.
If you got approval, it is likely you will get the those funds.
I don't think so.
For a PPP or an EIDL ?
You should continue to reach out to your banker but this process should be automatic. If they missed a month, I think they will catch it up.
In some communities, we are starting to see some lenders accept appications - if the customer is ready to move their checking account to them.
I do not believe there is any way to do this -- other then calling and waiting on hold.
Technically not. You have to go off of your 2019 payroll information.
I have not heard of anyone receiving their $10,000 yet - has anybody ?
No that is not an eligible use of funds for the PPP
We believe they will consider this payroll but are awaiting direction
Unclear, but if the intent is keeping workers paid I do not believe they would make changes you are referring to
The original intent of this program was not for that purpose. But rather to retain and keep workers employed.. plus assist with other operating expenses
there is no loan forgivess of the EIDL (except for the first $10K).
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Awaiting clarification on what constitutes a relationship. If the contractor is just on his / her own - probably but if they have their own business, unlikely.
Rent and utilities not included in the 2.5 times calculation. They are part of forgiveness, but not for the borrowed amount