|Name of the product||Paycheck protection loan program (PPP)||Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)||SBA Express Bridge Loan: Emergency business loan (EBL)|
|The purpose of the program||Encourage businesses to keep their employees during the shutdown.||To restore businesses that have suffered substantial economic injury||If you already have a loan through SBA to get quick relief|
|Expiration date of the program||June 30, 2020||December 31, 2020||March 13, 2021|
|Business legal entity eligible||C Corp, S Corp, Partnerships, Self-employed individuals, independent contractors,sole proprietors, and nonprofit are eligible that must have been in business on Feb, 2020||C Corp, S Corp, Partnerships, Self-employed individuals, independent contractors,sole proprietors, and nonprofit are eligible that must have been in business by Jan 31,2020||Small businesses located in any state,territory and the District of Columbia that have been adversely impacted by the COVID19 emergency.|
Small business according to SBA regulations, or a business that employees less than 500 employees.
Restaurants with fewer than 500 employees per location but more than 500 overall, will still be able to qualify
Includes full time and part time employees
Small business according to SBA regulations, or a business that employees fewer than 500 employees.
Includes full time or part time employees
|Small businesses according to according to the definition of SBA of small loans|
|Personal guarantee||No||None required for up to $200K. Above that amount, all 20% or more owners must guarantee the loan||
“Must follow their established and proven internal policies
and procedures used for theirsimilarly-sized, non-SBA guaranteed commercial loans”.
|Use of loan proceeds||
• Health care benefits & insurance premiums
• Employee compensation
• Mortgage interest obligations
• Rent and utilities
• Interest on debt incurred prior to the loan
More board expenses category including payroll and other expenses. It can include future obligations that cannot be met due to the economic loss of Coronavirus
If you apply for a PPP to cover payroll, you can not include payroll in EIDL as well.
|Working capital, or for specific disaster-related purposes, such as the purchasesand repair or replacement of disaster-damaged equipment or inventory|
|Loan Amount||Up to 2.5 times average monthly payroll costs.||Decided by the applicant (make sure they are realistic numbers, since back up may be requested by SBA)||Up to $25,000|
Based on the 2019 Payroll if you were in business prior to 2020.
If you started the business in 2020, you can base it on the average payroll of January and February payroll.
|No specific calculations are needed, but it’s based on working capital needs.||No specific calculations are needed, but it’s based on working capital needs.|
|Loan Maximum||$10 MM per business||$2 MM||$25,000|
|Restrictions and conditions for loan forgiveness||
individual payroll maxed at $100K/Year. Also employees in working in foreign countries
Not laying off employees during the covered period and if laid off rehiring by June 30, 2020
|Not available||Not available|
|Eligible counties/ territories||All||All||All|
• For new applicants, 5 years at 1%
• Old applications are still to at 1% over 2 years
|3.75%, and 2.75% for nonprofits||Prime rate + up to 6.5%|
|Term||Up to 10 years for the unforgiven amount||Up to 30 years (underwriting is needed)||7 years|
|If you have access to credit elsewhere||You can still apply even if you have credit available elsewhere such as credit lines or credit cards||You can still apply even if you have credit available elsewhere such as credit lines or credit cards||You should certify that you|
|Loan payment deferral||6-12 Months deferral of principal payment, interest and lender fees||First month’s payment is deferred for a year from the date of the note|
|Maximum number of employees l||Fewer than 500 Employees|
Dollar for dollar spent on the allowed operating expenses rent, payroll, interest and utilities for an 8-week period after the origination of the loan and till June 30, 2020.,
If employees are laid off or payroll for an employee reduced by more than 25%, the forgivable amount will also be reduced at the same proportion.
|Only the $10K advance can be forgiven,||None|
Up to $10k can be requested as an advance for working capital and is expected to be paid within 3 days if approved.
If your loan is not approved, the $10 does not have to be repaid back.
If you receive this $10ISk as a grant, it must be deducted from what you will receive under PPP (if you do)
|How to get the loan||Apply through SBA approved lenders||Apply on SBA website||
Apply through SBA approved lenders
If you get
|Cost to Apply||
Lender fees may apply. (part of the loan)
Application or package preparers fees if you used one (not advanced or included as part of the loan amount)
No loan, Guarantee or Prepayment fees
Application or package preparers fees if you used one (not advanced or included as part of the loan amount
|Lender fees may apply. (part of the loan)|
|How to prep||Gather the information about the expense for payroll, rent, utilities, interest||
Credit check (Mandatory)
Tax return (may be requested)
Priority is given to the business that are 2 years or less, woman owned, socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, veterans and members of the military
If the crisis continues longer than expected, the time period covered may be extended as well.
This loan does not interfere with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) for the sick paid leave credit.
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|Apply online||Find an SBA provider|
How to calculate payroll costs according to PPP
|Payroll Calculation||Corporates of all kinds||Sole Proprietors, Independent Contractors, and Self-Employed|
• wages and commission, including customary 1099
• tip or
• vacation, family, medical, or sick leave
• retirement benefits
allowance for dismissal or separation
• group health care benefits
• health care insurance premiums
• all state or local taxes that is applied to employee compensation (if applicable) but not including payroll taxes, which are excluded from the calculation
• net earnings
• amounts of $100K for any individual employee / self employed
• payroll taxes,
• income taxes
• employees residing outside of the united states
• Qualified sick leave wages for which a credit is allowed under section
7001 of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Public Law 116–5 127); or qualified family leave wages for which a credit is allowed
under section 7003 of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
See the FFCRA schedule for more details