Month: February 2022

SBA Details Process to Appeal Partial PPP Loan Forgiveness Decisions

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) borrowers that received only partial loan forgiveness from their lenders have a new process for appealing the lender’s decision to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

In a procedural notice published Jan. 27, the SBA said the new appeals process was created after the agency received inquiries by borrowers that received partial forgiveness of their PPP loans because (1) their lender issued a partial approval decision to the SBA on the borrower’s loan forgiveness application, or (2) their lender required the borrower to apply for forgiveness in an amount less than the full amount of the PPP loan.… Read More

SBA Announces Updated Guidance Regarding Deadline for Targeted EIDL Advance Program Reevaluations

On Monday, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced updated guidance for those small businesses that have already applied for the Targeted EIDL Advance program, received a decline, and are interested in applying for reevaluation. Specifically, the following updated guidance is being provided:

Current Targeted EIDL Advance applicants:

  • Those interested in being considered for reevaluation can submit their reevaluation requests until February 15. The SBA is no longer accepting new Targeted EIDL Advance applications as of December 31, 2021.
  • This opportunity is for small businesses that were declined for the Targeted Advance program and can provide additional information to demonstrate their eligibility.
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