The Small Business Administration today released guidance on how it will accept Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness applications directly from borrowers—bypassing the lending institutions—for loans of $150,000 or below.
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The Small Business Administration has issued a procedural notice on how lenders can apply for SBA to purchase and charge off Paycheck Protection Program loans for which the borrower has not applied for forgiveness or made payment on the loan.
The Federal Reserve will extend for a final time its Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility until July 30, the agency announced today.
The CEOs of the nation’s largest banks recapped their institutions’ efforts to support their customers and communities through the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath during a Senate Banking Committee oversight hearing.
The Small Business Administration today extended its guidance on how lenders may sell whole Paycheck Protection Program loans. The SBA’s previous guidance on whole loan sales of PPP loans expired on May 1, and the new guidance been back-dated to take effect on April 30, 2021.
Just over four in 10 small business owners say they expect to grow revenue in 2021, while just 9% expect revenues to decline, according to a new survey released today by TD Bank.
American Bankers Association Past Chair Laurie Stewart today said that her bank—Sound Community Bank in Seattle, of which she is CEO—has seen “great results” from Paycheck Protection Program loans made to small business customers over the last year.
The Small Business Administration last night issued a procedural notice to lenders regarding the extension of the Paycheck Protection Program.
President Biden today signed into law H.R. 1799, a bill extending the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.