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tomokorolfer
Level 1

Can I apply for PPP through Intuit using the documents my accountant prepared for me? He used all the data on my intuit self-employed. My main bank hasn't been helpful.

 
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Nick_M
QuickBooks Team

Can I apply for PPP through Intuit using the documents my accountant prepared for me? He used all the data on my intuit self-employed. My main bank hasn't been helpful.

Hey there tomokorolfer.

 

Thanks for stopping by the QuickBooks Community, I see no issue in using the documents that your accountant prepped for you to apply for the PPP loan directly within QuickBooks. Follow the link below:

 

- Apply for the PPP directly withing QuickBooks

 

Once clicked, sign into your Self Employed account and hit the PPP banner. From there you can apply to the loan. 

 

If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to reach out here. 

 

Thank you and have a nice weekend. 

LESLIERAYCPA
Level 1

Can I apply for PPP through Intuit using the documents my accountant prepared for me? He used all the data on my intuit self-employed. My main bank hasn't been helpful.

Question: where will you see the banner?  i have a client who uses QBSE and filed through Turbo Tax with the QBSE link.  I do not see a banner to client on in the QBSE.  Help!

SashaMC
Moderator

Can I apply for PPP through Intuit using the documents my accountant prepared for me? He used all the data on my intuit self-employed. My main bank hasn't been helpful.

Thank you for chiming in and sharing your thoughts, LESLIERAYCPA. At this moment, Quickbooks is no longer accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program loan. However, if you still need to apply, I would suggest using an existing 7(a) lender. By entering your zip code, you can find a lender within your area. Feel free to reach back out to me if you have any more questions. I'm always here to help.

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