Document Checklist: Everything You Need to Collect for Your Paycheck Protection Program Loan
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) authorizes $349 billion in forgivable loans to smallbusinesses to pay their employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.
You will need to complete the Paycheck Protection Program loan application and submit theapplication with the required documentation to an approved lender. Click HERE for theapplication.
Once you complete the application, please collect the following documents while Lavco Groupconnects you with an SBA-approved lender.
All information below is current as of the April 3, 2020 Treasury guidance. We will update thisinformation as more guidance becomes available.
All PPP loan applicants will need to provide:❏ The start date for your business❏ Your bank account info and routing number❏ W-9 tax ID documents❏ 2018 and 2019 tax filings (or latest available)❏ Legal documents for your business (charter, state licenses)❏ Payroll records for Jan 1, 2019 to present❏ Bank statements❏ Proof of business activity in 2020
If your business has employees, you will likely need to provide:❏ 2019 IRS Form 940 for unemployment costs❏ 2019 IRS Form 941 for quarterly salary, wages, commissions, and tips❏ 2019 IRS Form 944 (same as 941, but annualized)❏ 2019 IRS Form 1099-MISC for any independent contractors that your business paid (not to exceed $100,000 for the year)❏ 2019 IRS Form 1040-C if your business is a sole proprietorship (see more for sole proprietors below)❏ 2019 IRS Form W-3 (not required, but recommended)❏ Monthly payroll statements that will provide the following information❏ Salary, wages, commissions, or tips (not exceeding $100,000 annually for each employee)❏ Any costs for the separation or dismissal of employees❏ Any costs for vacation, parental, family, medical or sick leave❏ Any state & local taxes assessed on employee compensation
If your business pays for health insurance or retirement for employees, you will alsoneed to provide the following from 1099 or W2 forms:❏ All health insurance premiums paid by the business owner under a group health plan❏ All retirement plan funding paid for by the business owner
If you are a sole proprietor or self-employed, you will likely need to provide:❏ 2019 IRS Form 1099-MISC for any independent contractors paid, not to exceed $100,000 for the year❏ 2019 IRS Form 1040-C if your business is a sole proprietorship
Couldn’t find an answer to your questions? See our full FAQ document for the PPP loan programhere, orcheck here for detailed rules from the government.