PPP Loan Portal
PPP First Draw Loans
PPP Second Draw Loans
Latest Updates on the Paycheck Protection Program
New Round of PPP Loan Applications and Second Draw Loan Applications
January 8, 2021 - The SBA released additional guidance regarding the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Congress has set aside funds for new and smaller borrowers, borrowers in underserved communities, and for smaller community banks and smaller lenders. So, the SBA will roll out the PPP program in phases.
New PPP Program Update
December 27, 2020 - On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed the stimulus bill that includes the new Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act, authorizing $284 billion for an enhanced PPP loan program. While new rules and applications are expected in the coming weeks, we wanted to highlight some of the more important changes and let you know where to find further information as it becomes available.
Resources for the Minnesota Bank & Trust PPP Loan Portal
First Draw Portal Guide
Second Draw Portal Guide
Portal First Time Log In
Forgotten Portal Password
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Additional Resources for our Paycheck Protection Program customers
PPP Loan Forgiveness
Minnesota Bank & Trust customers can now register and apply for PPP Loan Forgiveness. Click for our PPP Forgiveness Resource Center
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To view the full FAQ sheet provided by the SBA, in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, click here.
More information can be found on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Resources site with a Small Business Guide and Checklist.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: These FAQs are based on the provisions of the CARES Act as implemented and interpreted by the U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) and the U.S. Treasury Department (“U.S. Treasury”) through interim and final regulations, FAQs, and regulatory guidance and interpretations. The SBA and U.S. Treasury continue to issue new regulations, FAQs and guidance that in some cases changes or conflicts with prior guidance. The eligibility of a PPP loan for forgiveness and the amount and timing of any forgiveness will be subject to and dependent on approval pursuant to the regulations, FAQs and guidance in effect at the time a request for forgiveness is processed and as a result, we cannot provide you any assurances regarding forgiveness of your loan until such approval is received and any review or audit by the SBA completed. The information provided herein is not intended to constitute legal advice.
AGENT FEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: At the time you submitted your PPP loan application with us, each borrower certified as follows:
You acknowledge that the bank provided the forms and necessary information to complete your Paycheck Protection Program Application. By filing an application with us, you further certify that no agent (attorney, accountant, consultant, etc.) was utilized in the completion of your application. You further acknowledge and agree that we will not process any application or close any loans if an agent seeking payment for services has been utilized and that you will inform any persons you have consulted with regarding your application of this requirement.
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