Paycheck Protection Program comes to a close

Since April, we’ve enabled the funding of over 33,000 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. However, you can no longer apply for a PPP loan within QuickBooks Capital. The program, which is part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, ended August 8, 2020.

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How it works

If you’re a Payroll customer, the following steps will make it easy to get started. If one of these does not apply to you, you can still submit your application for a PPP loan to another approved SBA lender. First, you’ll need to gather your relevant business documents.

Relief programs are evolving regularly. For the most up-to-date information, visit SBA.gov.

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Who qualifies for a Paycheck Protection Program loan?

  • 500 employees or fewer
    Small businesses, 501 (c)(3) nonprofits, and 501(c)(19) veterans’ organizations with 500 employees or fewer. So do Tribal businesses (sec. 31(b)(2)(C) of Small Business Act).
  • Affected by the coronavirus
    Businesses that were open on or before February 15, 2020, and have been negatively affected by the coronavirus.
  • Multiple locations
    If you’re in food service or hospitality and have fewer than 500 employees at each location, each location may be eligible for a PPP loan.
  • Self-employed individuals
    This includes sole proprietors, independent contractors, and gig workers who were (1) operational on or before Feb. 15, 2020, (2) were an individual with self-employment income, (3) have a principal residence in the U.S., and (4) filed or will file a Form 1040 Schedule C for 2019.

Documents needed to apply for a PPP loan

If you’re a Payroll customer, QuickBooks Capital may be able to help you. If not, gather the following information to apply for PPP loan:

  • Articles of incorporation for each borrowing entity and by-laws or operating agreement for each borrowing entity
  • A list of owners who hold at least a 20% stake in your company and copies of their drivers licenses
  • Payroll expense verification documents
  • Payroll summary report with corresponding bank statements
  • Breakdown of payroll benefits (vacation, allowance for dismissal, group healthcare benefits, retirement benefits, etc.)
  • IRS forms 940 and 941
  • Form 1099-MISC if you’re an independent contractor
  • Certification that all employees live within the U.S. and a list of employees who do not live in the U.S. and their salaries
  • Trailing 12-month profit and loss statements (as of the date of application) for all applicants
  • Most recent mortgage or rent statements and utility bills

To apply with a lender other than QuickBooks Capital, you may need 3 things:

  • Your Form 1040 2019 Schedule C. (It’s OK if you haven’t filed it yet.)
  • Documentation that proves you are self-employed, like a 2019 1099-MISC, invoice, bank statement, or book of record
  • Documentation that proves you were in operation on Feb. 15, 2020 (like an invoice, bank statement, or book of record)

If you filed your 2019 taxes with TurboTax Self-Employed and are a QuickBooks Self-Employed customer:

  • You can start your application for a Paycheck Protection Program loan within QuickBooks Capital. We’ll help you import your TurboTax info to verify your eligibility and requested loan amount.

Note: The PPP ended August, 8, 2020. Please refer to the SBA and Treasury to confirm current program rules and how they apply to your particular situation.

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Note: The Paycheck Protection Program has been extended to August 8, 2020. The SBA may issue additional guidance. We will update our resources accordingly. Please refer to the SBA and Treasury to confirm current program rules and how they apply to your particular situation.

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