Documents Needed for the PPP: Corporations (& LLCs that file as Corporations)

Note: Due to funding no longer being available through the US Small Business Administration (SBA) for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Revenued is no longer accepting applications.

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To streamline the application process and ensure you’re able to complete the full application using our automated platform, please check out which documents you should have ready as a Corporation or LLC that files as a Corporations:

 

 

 

 

1. Driver’s License / Photo ID

 

 

2. Voided Check

 

 

3. Bank Statements

Please provide a bank statement that covers 2/15/2020 as proof that the Applicant was in business as of 2/15/2020. If available, bank statements that are downloaded from your bank’s website will work better than scanned versions.

 

 

4. Form 1120 or 1120-S

To substantiate health insurance (line 24 of 1120 line 24 or line 18 of 1120-S) or retirement benefits (line 23 of 1120 or line 17 of 1120-S) to employees

 

 

5. Proof of Payroll Form 940
*Applicable only if you have employees*

While it is preferable to provide a 940, you may provide four 941 quarterly forms instead. If you choose to provide 941’s instead of a 940, please make sure that they are four consecutive quarters covering your full calculation period (2019 or 2020). Using 941’s may require a manual underwriting which can delay your application.

 

 

6. Form 1040 Schedule C

If line 31 is $0 or negative, you are ineligible to include this owner’s income in the PPP application

Note: Due to funding no longer being available through the US Small Business Administration (SBA) for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Revenued is no longer accepting applications.

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