Just want to share that I just received my email to sign the PN. Now wait to be funded.
Hello Brian, I too rec'd my funding. Can you direct me how to get a copy of the note I signed? In hindsight, I should have screenshot each page. It is not in my on line business banking account with Bank of America, nor is it in any folders on Intralinks site. Just curious. Also, have you rec'd the info from Bank of America how to ask for loan forgiveness yet? Thank you.
I'm sure many of you are watching the news of the PPP loan approvals, and that Bank of America had already received like $36 billion in loan requests by Monday. I wanted to share my timeline and experience. I think it would help to know that thousands of other SMBs are going through the same anxious process.
I filled out the BofA loan application at 8:15am (Central) on Friday. I received the Intralinks email on Sunday at 12:41pm (over 2 days later). I submitted the required documentation at 1:45am on Monday morning. I haven't had any response as of Wednesday at 10 am (2 days later).
I submitted BOTH the 2019 reports and the "last 12 months" (4/1/2019 - 3/31/2020) requested by Bank of America. The conflict between the Treasury Dept (2019 data) and the SBA (last 12 months) is frustrating. I also deducted the average monthly federal withholding and payroll taxes (both employee and employer portions) as directed by the SBA and Bank of America's example.
It's frustrating because "payroll costs" definitely include the my portion of FICA and FUTA. However, that was specifically excluded in their formula per the SBA Interim Final Rule. See section g3 on page 11 of https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/2020-04/PPP--IFRN%20FINAL_0.pdf
Payroll costs are 80% of our total monthly expenses. We are a perfect candidate for the PPP loan, with sales dropping off a cliff and we plan on keeping all employees.
UPDATE: We finally got funding on Wednesday, April 29th!
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