Are You Eligible for PPP Direct Forgiveness?

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Starting Aug. 4 the SBA will now allow certain businesses with PPP loans of $150,000 or less to apply directly through a new SBA portal for the forgiveness of their loan. The SBA portal provides a single secure location for eligible borrowers to apply for forgiveness using an electronic equivalent of the SBA Form 3508S.

The Seattle District will host two webinars on Tuesday, Aug. 3 at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. where you will learn: 

  • Who is eligible to use the SBA PPP Direct Forgiveness Portal
  • What information you will need
  • How to create a login and apply for forgiveness
  • Where to get help with your application 

Register Now

After making improvements to the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program (SVOG), the SBA is now delivering money quickly. We are proud to share we’ve hit a new milestone: awarding over $7.5 billion in SVOGs to more than 10,000 hard-hit live entertainment, nonprofits & other venues. There is funding still available.  

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Thursday, July 29

1 p.m. | Stay at Work Program

Friday, July 30

10 a.m. | Laying the Groundwork: Basics of Government Contracting

Saturday, July 31

9 a.m. | Buying an Existing Business Step-by-Step 

Monday, Aug. 2 

1 p.m. | Creating a Quick Business Plan in Three Hours

Tuesday, Aug. 3

7 a.m. | Return-to-Work Incentives 

8:30 a.m. | Grow with a Pro (Banking Professional) * 

11 a.m. | Black-Owned Business Excellence: Fund Your Business Growth

11 a.m. | Selling Your Business During COVID

Wednesday, Aug. 4

8 a.m. | Contracting Coffee Hour

9 a.m. | Intro to Business

9 a.m. | Hiring an “Independent Contractor” and Avoid Prime Contractor Liability 

1 p.m. | Preferred Worker Program

Thursday, Aug. 5

11 a.m. | Are You Ready to Start a Business?

12 p.m. | Let’s Talk Business: 5 Mistakes That Women Business Owners Make to Sabotage Their Success

Article Source: SBA