Our nation’s small businesses are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We aim to be a resource for your business to help navigate the twists and turns that come with federal aid.
Small Business Aid Programs
PPP (updated 02/19/2021)
Paycheck Protection Program
The Economic Aid Act passed last month has brought the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) back to life—with some modifications. Subsequently, the SBA will make the updated PPP program available to Pacific Crest on Friday, January 15th.
First Draw and Second Draw PPP loans are now available and we will be accepting applications immediately.
The program now consists of two types of loans: First Draw and Second Draw. In general, businesses that did not take a PPP loan or returned PPP funds in 2020 should use the First Draw Application. Businesses that received PPP funds in 2020 should use the Second Draw Application.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. This loan advance will not have to be repaid. If a business received an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance in addition to a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, the amount of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance will be deducted from the PPP loan forgiveness amount by SBA.
This program is for any small business with fewer than 500 employees (including sole proprietorships, independent contractors and self-employed persons), private non-profit organization or 501(c)(19) veterans organizations affected by COVID-19.
SBA 7a Debt Relief Program: Businesses who have existing SBA 7a loans will have 6 months of principal and interest payments forgiven. These businesses should research the SBA website.
SBA Express Bridge Loan: Businesses who have existing SBA lending relationships can apply for up to $25,000 in bridge loans. These businesses should research the SBA website.
Contact your SBA loan servicer regarding these options.
Existing Pacific Crest Loans
We believe that healthy businesses build healthy communities. Providing capital to businesses and producers creates economic growth, creates jobs, and is essential to the vitality of our region. We see our relationship with every business owner as a partnership. Our Business Services Team cares deeply about the success of every business, producer, and operator we serve. We are here to work with you through the good times, and the lean times. If you are facing challenges, or even see some potential ones on the horizon related to the COVID-19 crisis, its time to start working on those challenges together. Each business and situation is unique and requires a solution specific to your needs, so reach out to our Business Services Team. We’ve already rolled up our sleeves and are ready to get to work with you, rising to meet today’s challenges.
Pacific Crest isn’t a bank. We’re a financial co-op owned by 16,000+ people in the Klamath Basin and surrounding rural communities. In 2018 alone, we returned a financial benefit of over $23 million to our home and yours — by reaching out, giving back, and paying it forward.
At Pacific Crest, we build partnerships and provide services designed to make a difference, while devoting hundreds of volunteer hours every year to good causes.
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