SBA 7(a) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans

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What is a PPP loan?
What types of businesses and entities are eligible for a PPP loan?
What are affiliation rules?
How large can my loan be?
What costs are eligible for payroll?
What can I use these loans for?
What are the loan term, interest rate, and fees?
How much of my loan will be forgiven?
How can I request loan forgiveness?
How does the PPP loan coordinate with SBA’s existing loans?
Can I apply for more than one PPP loan?
Can I take out this loan if I have an ApplePie Core loan?
*IMPORTANT: ApplePie Capital Funding Solutions, LLC has prepared this content strictly for informational and illustrative purposes. We are relying upon the SBA’s Interim Rule issued on April 2, 2020, as well as the SBA 7(a) Paycheck Protection Program ("Program") loan application form, to determine the information requirements. We cannot assure you of any SBA loan in any particular amount. We are not an SBA lender and are working as a loan broker with one or more approved SBA lenders to facilitate these loans; such SBA lenders may or may not be able to execute successfully on these loans, due to factors beyond our control, and it is important to note that an eligible borrower may only apply once for an Program loan. Any loan made under the Program must also be submitted to and approved by the SBA. Program funds are limited. We cannot guarantee that applications will be processed and submitted before Program funds are exhausted. Borrowers are solely responsible for understanding and certifying in their application that they meet the eligibility requirements for an Program loan, including without limitation certain affiliation rules that aggregate deemed affiliated entities to determine whether a borrower is a “small business” under the applicable NAICS code employee size standard or has fewer than 500 employees, as applicable. False statements, fraud, or knowing or reckless misrepresentations could have civil and criminal consequences. Please do not rely solely on this for your financial decisions. We encourage you to consult with counsel, CPAs and financial advisors.
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