The banks-managed SBA disaster loan program, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), was to expire June 30th. In reality, most lenders had already closed their application windows already, to have tome to process the applications.The PPP is a low-cost, forgivable loan program for employers and self-employed to pay for payroll and other expenses, covering 2 1/2 months of these costs.
This week, the Senate has unexpectedly passed an extension of application deadline for these PPP small-business loans. The Senate reached a deal to extend Paycheck Protection Program hours before it was set to expire.
“Senate passed extension of application deadline for PPP small-business loans. Senate reaches deal to extend Paycheck Protection Program hours before it was set to expire.” ~The Hill
UPDATE: Wednesday evening – The House just approved Senate-passed bill to extend the Paycheck Protection Program through August 8th by unanimous consent. PPP application loan filing deadline expired at midnight last night. Bill now heads to WH for the President’s signature.
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