- PPP Loan Relief
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This step-by-step guide will walk you through our PPP application to ensure you have a completed application—so that your PPP loan can be submitted, approved, and funded as fast as possible.
Fill in your information to create a loan profile with Lendio. If you already have an account, click “Sign in.”
After creating a Lendio account or logging into your current account and getting started with the PPP application, confirm whether you are applying for your first or second PPP loan.
For 2nd Draw eligibility, you must be able to demonstrate at least a 25% revenue reduction.
On the first “Owner Information” page, confirm whether or not there is anyone who owns a 20% or larger stake in the business.
If so, please enter the owner % that you (the applicant) own and add any additional owners with 20% ownership using the link near the bottom of the page.
If no one owns a 20% stake in the business, please indicate and confirm that you are authorized to fill out the PPP application on behalf of the business you are applying for. The ownership percentage must be greater than 0.
On the “Upload Identification & Voided Check” page, you should upload and review all necessary identification documents. Confirm that everything previously uploaded is correct and add any documents you’re missing to ensure a completed PPP application.
If you don’t have the following attachments added to your application, please upload them:
Upload all payroll documents that apply to your business situation. The following Payroll Documents are required for ALL applicants:
Required for Certain Business Types:
It’s almost time to sign on the dotted line. Before you resubmit your PPP application, please:
You’ve successfully submitted your application and you’re good to go! Curious about the next steps in the process? Check out what happens after you apply.
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