The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is scheduled to end on May 31, 2021 (or when funds are exhausted, whichever comes first). Given recent strides toward reopening and returning to a pre-pandemic normal, this may be the last we see of the unprecedented potentially-forgivable loan program.
2021 guidance from the SBA expanded eligibility for PPP, allowing for a Second Draw for qualifying borrowers. A few of the primary qualifications include: having used all your First Draw PPP loan funds on eligible uses and experiencing a revenue reduction of 25%+ due to the pandemic.
A Second Draw allows eligible borrowers to access additional funds via the potentially-forgivable loan program. Most eligible Second Draw borrowers can qualify for another 2.5 times worth their monthly payroll costs through the loan program. Businesses with a NAICS code ending in “72” may qualify for up to 3.5 times their monthly payroll costs on the Second Draw.
If you received your PPP First Draw in 2021, you may be eligible to apply for a Second Draw before the program expires on May 31. In order to qualify, you will need to meet the following criteria in addition to the existing Second Draw criteria:
If you received your First Draw this round and would like to apply for a Second Draw, here’s how you can apply through Lendio:
If you do not alter the loan amount from the First Draw, we may be able to expedite your Second Draw application.
Ready? Don’t waste time. Apply now for your Second Draw.