What Documentation is Needed for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)?

The SBA Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is designed to help small businesses and independent contractors who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite it being quick and fairly simple to apply using Revenued’s automated application powered by Cross River Bank, some business owners may still face confusion over what documentation they need to provide with their applications. 

Examples of what’s needed may include payroll calculations and supporting documents, tax forms, and proof of revenue reduction documents. To make it easier for you when applying for your PPP loan with us, we’ve prepared some guidelines and examples of possible documentation you’ll want to have at your fingertips during the application process.

First, you’ll need to select what type of business you’re filing your application for:

Independent Contractor / Self-Employed / Sole Proprietorship with No Employees

Sole Proprietorship / Self Employed with Employees

Corporations (& LLCs that file as Corporations )

Partnerships (& LLCs that file as Partnerships)




Some helpful tips when applying through Revenued for the PPP:

  • When uploading documents, please use the approved formatting (PDF is preferred) and ensure that you upload quality images for faster processing
  • Please confirm the routing # you include is the ACH routing number or your bank may reject it
  • We’re available to answer any questions via email (reply to this email) or phone during business hours


If you have any other questions, please check out our Frequently Asked Questions page or watch our video tutorial where we walk you through the entire application process. Our PPP Application Processing Team is also available anytime to answer questions via email at [email protected].

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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