Small businesses and nonprofits with under 500 employees, as well as sole-proprietors, the self-employed, and independent contractors, are all eligible to access funds through the Paycheck Protection Program. Apply now, as loans are being processed daily.
- See updated PPP loan data here.
- FAQs for lenders and borrowers
- How do I calculate my loan amount?
- How can I find a lender? Use the search tool or access the full list by state.
Questions? Join our webinar
Join SBA’s Illinois District Office for an online training on the SBA’s relief programs for small businesses impacted by COVID-19, including the Paycheck Protection Program. Each webinar has space for everyone and will not sell out. Log-on information will be sent in your email confirmation and through Eventbrite’s Digital Links page.
Monday, May 11, 3 p.m. CT
Access webinar recordings
If you can’t make Monday’s webinar, listen to these recordings of previous trainings.
Overview of all programs: https://bit.ly/loanwebinar1
Focus on sole-proprietors, the self-employed, and independent contractors: https://bit.ly/loanwebinar2
Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available to Agricultural Businesses
SBA’s EIDL portal has reopened and is accepting new EIDL applications on a limited basis only, to provide relief to U.S. agricultural businesses.
If you have questions about your already submitted EIDL application, contact the SBA Disaster Customer Service Center at (800) 659-2955 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit sba.gov/coronavirus for updates on the loan programs, guidance for businesses and employers, and other SBA resources.
Follow @SBA_Illinois on Twitter.
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