Two New Interim Final Rules Released by SBA on PPP

Happy Memorial Day Weekend. While this is not the way most of us are accustomed to celebrating the unofficial start to summer, we find ourselves reading two new Interim Final Rules published by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

Both IFRs became effective May 22, 2020. The first provides additional clarification regarding requirements for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness. This document is intended to supplement the loan instructions with more regulations.

The second update involves Business Loan Program Temporary Changes. This IFR is designed to describe the SBA procedures for reviewing program applications.

Our team will review and analyze the updates in order to provide you with further commentary and our WM wisdom.

To read the most up-to-date SBA Interim Final Rule guidance, we have included links to both documents below.

https://www.sba.gov/document/support–ppp-interim-final-rule-requirements-loan-forgiveness

https://www.sba.gov/document/support–ppp-interim-final-rule-sba-loan-review-procedures-related-borrower-lender-responsibilities

 

 

 

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