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CARES Act/PPP Loans

 

Important Update: With the new PPP Extension Act of 2021 being signed into law, the Paycheck Protection Program has been extended two months. Hoosier Hills Credit Union will now accept applications for the SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loans through the close of business on Monday, May 31, 2021.

Please note that funding is limited and it is possible that the program funds will be exhausted prior to May 31. If you plan on submitting a PPP Application, we strongly encourage you to do so as soon as possible.

 

2021 PPP Applications

As your local Credit Union, we’re here to help you, regardless of circumstance. We are proud to have helped nearly 350 businesses apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and we are here for you through the process.

Members can use the forms below to apply. Borrowers who did not apply for PPP benefits in 2020 may use this form.

First Draw Borrower Application Form 2483

First Draw Schedule C Borrower Application Form 2483-C

 

Use this application if you previously applied for and received PPP loan benefits.

Second Draw Borrower Information

Second Draw Borrower Application Form 2483-SD

Second Draw Schedule C Borrower Application Form 2483-SD-C

 

PPP Loan Forgiveness Portal Now Open

The PPP Loan Forgiveness Portal is now open through an online software portal hosted by Vikar Technologies. As always, contact our dedicated Commercial Loan Officers at 800.865.2612 ext 287 or email us with questions. We’re here to help!

Use the 3508S Application for PPP loans $150,000 and under.

3508S Loan Forgiveness Application

3508S Loan Forgiveness Application Instructions

3508 Loan Forgiveness Application

Forgiveness Application Portal

What You Need to Know About PPP Fraud

In compliance with a federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) court ruling, the SBA has released information including business names, addresses and PPP loan amounts for businesses receiving at least $150,000 in PPP funds. This release of information can be useful to bad actors. Make sure you are closely monitoring any correspondence that appears to have come from the SBA. For more information on how to keep your accounts safe visit the SBA website.