How Can ATCU Help Me with the SBA PPP Loan Forgiveness?
We appreciate the overwhelming response to our recent invitation to help small businesses through the processing of Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) applications approved in the recent Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
ATCU is no longer accepting new SBA PPP loan applications. We are focused on helping ATCU recipients of the SBA PPP Loan Funds complete the application for forgiveness phase of this program.
Here are some things you will need to be aware of as you begin to prepare for the forgiveness phase:
- Paycheck Protection Plan Loan Forgiveness Application
- Information required to complete the Paycheck Protection Plan Loan Forgiveness Application Package
- Recent changes/guidance from the US Treasury regarding the SBA Paycheck Protection Plan
- ASBDC On-Demand Webinar: Preliminary Overview of the SBA Forgiveness Application
- Additional Webinars from the Alabama Small Business Development Center Network
Please let us know how this loan has helped your business survive during these challenging times. We would like, with your permission, to provide positive feedback to our staff, our membership, the community and the Small Business Administration. If you desire to share your experience, please email [email protected].
For additional resources you may find helpful in navigating these difficult times, please visit the Small Business Administration (SBA) website. We also encourage continued communication with your attorneys, accountants, etc. for clarification of the impact of the utilization of these resources to your business.
To submit your application package and/or if you have questions about your current ATCU SBA PPP loan, please contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling 1.800.470.0704.
By submitting the required items either in part or in whole, I understand, acknowledge, and agree that the Lender and Other Loan Participants can obtain, use and share tax return information for purposes of (i) providing an offer; (ii) originating, maintaining, managing, monitoring, servicing, selling, insuring, and securitizing a loan; (iii) marketing; or (iv) as otherwise permitted by applicable laws, including state and federal privacy and data security laws. The Lender includes the Lender’s affiliates, agents, service providers and any of aforementioned parties’ successors and assigns. The Other Loan Participants includes any actual or potential owners of a loan resulting from your loan application, or acquirers of any beneficial or other interest in the loan, any mortgage insurer, guarantor, any servicers or service providers for these parties and any of aforementioned parties’ successors and assigns.
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