What Documents Do I Need to Apply for a Second-Draw PPP Loan?

If you’ve already received your first Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan, you many nowbe  eligible for a second-draw loan if:

  • You can substantiate that you had a 25% loss in gross receipts/gross income between 2020 and 2019
  • You’ve spent the funds you obtained from the first-draw PPP loan on authorized purposes (and at least 60% on payroll expenses) in the first eight weeks after disbursement of the funds
  • You have no more than 300 employees
  • You complete your application with Revenued and get approved by the SBA prior to funds running out and before the official deadline May 31, 2021

For second-draw PPP loans more than $150,000, you must provide proof of 25% loss. 

When you must substantiate that you had a 25% loss in gross receipts/gross income (Gross Profit – COGS) between 2020 and 2019, you can do so by choosing one of the following comparison choices: 

  • Full year 2020 to full year 2019 
  • Any quarter in 2020 to the same quarter in 2019 
  • If your business began in the period of 1/1/2020-2/15/2020 you can compare any Q1 2020 to any other quarter in 2020 
  • If your business began operation in Q4 2019 you can compare any Q4 2019 to any quarter in 2020 

You can compare either quarterly numbers or annual, using one of the following statements/documents: 

Bank Statements (all credits) 

Tax Documents (actuals or drafts) 

Quarterly financial statements

 

Revenued has processed over $3 Billion of PPP applications funded by the SBA. We’re currently accepting applications for the Paycheck Protection Program and have already processed over 30,000 applications this round. We understand the urgency of PPP funding for your small business and we are working hard to facilitate this relief.

If you’d like more information on a second-draw PPP loan, please contact us today and a member of our 5-star PPP application processing team will be more than happy to assist you.

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