Paycheck Protection Program Loans

Update: 4/27/2020: PPP Loans

The Small Business Administration (“SBA”) will resume accepting Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP) applications on Monday, April 27, 2020 at 10:30am EDT.

As a current SBA Lender, we will continue to offer PPP Loans. If you are interested in applying, we are accepting applications from our current members that have an active personal or business account with the Olean Area Federal Credit Union.

Please reference this guide/checklist from the US Chamber of Commerce that summarizes the PPP.

Here is the application that you may use to apply and a borrowers information sheet, that provides more detail about the PPP. To learn more and get up-to-date guidance that has been released from the U.S. Department of Treasury please click here.

In order to prepare your application, we suggest that you review the application above and start gathering the following “required” information. Not all of this information will be applicable to you, however you are required to include supporting documentation with your application. If you do not include this documentation your loan application will not be processed. Final borrowing amount will be determined based on your “payroll costs” for the calendar year 2019. If you were not in business for the full calendar year your borrowing amount will be determined based on your payroll costs for January and February of 2020. If you are a seasonal business you may use the time period April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019 to determine your payroll costs.

  • Payroll reports/payroll journals for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
  • Quarterly payroll filings reported to the IRS (Form 941) and State (NYS 45 and ATT/PA-UC-2 and UC-2A) for the period January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 (5 quarters of reports).
  • Health and dental insurance costs (employer portion) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 1, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.
  • Employer contributions to Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRA) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.

For sole proprietors and independent contractors:

  • A copy of your 2019 Form 1040 Schedule C, and IRS Form 1099-MISC (if applicable) is required for your application to be considered. If you have not yet filed your taxes for 2019, at a minimum you are required to fill out your Schedule C for 2019 and compute your net income (line 31). If you have employees, additional payroll costs may be included when calculating your loan amount. These costs include wages, employer contributions to healthcare and retirement benefits, and state and local taxes assessed on employee compensation.

For partnerships:

  • A copy of your 2019 Form 1065 Schedule K-1 is required for your application to be considered. If you have not yet filed your taxes for 2019, at a minimum you are required to fill out your Form 1065 and Schedule K-1 to compute your net earnings from self-employment (line 14a). If you have employees, additional payroll costs may be included when calculating your loan amount. These costs include wages, employer contributions to healthcare and retirement benefits, and state and local taxes assessed on employee compensation.

To learn how to calculate your maximum loan amount click here.

Loan Forgiveness:

All PPP loans are eligible for up to 100% forgiveness of the loan amount by the SBA.

A borrower is eligible for loan forgiveness for expenses incurred during the immediate 8-week period beginning on the date of the origination of the loan for the following items:

  • Payroll Costs
  • Utilities Payments
  • Rent/Lease Payments
  • Interest Payments on debt service obligations of the borrower

Please refer to the following documents for further detail regarding loan forgiveness:

Because times are uncertain, we know that many of you are anxious to get your applications for this program into us as soon as possible, as well as funded once they are approved. We will work expediently on your request to get it processed as soon as possible. Due to the limited amount of funds that have been approved for the PPP, we cannot guarantee that all applicants will receive funding under this program. However, we are striving to get approval for all of our members.   

Please email a completed application and all “required” supporting documentation to ppploanapplications@oleanfcu.com.

We would like to thank all our members that have applied for a Paycheck Protection Program loan with the Olean Area Federal Credit Union. We appreciate your financial partnership and are happy that we can assist you in these unprecedented times.

UPDATE 4/20/2020: PPP Loans

First and foremost, we would like to thank all of our members that have applied for a Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan with the Olean Area Federal Credit Union. We appreciate your financial partnership and are happy that we were able to assist you in these unprecedented times.

We have begun and are diligently working to close and disburse funds for every one of your loan requests. If we have not yet closed on your loan, you will hear from us soon to schedule your closing. We understand how important it is to get these funds to you as quickly as possible so you can continue to pay your employees.

As a current SBA Lender, we will continue to offer PPP Loans if more funds become available. For those of you that are still interested in applying, we are accepting applications from our current members that have an active account with us.

With that said, as of April 16th the original $349 billion that was appropriated for the PPP has been depleted. Currently the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) is not accepting new applications. Our government is currently in negotiations to approve additional funds to the PPP and we are hopeful that this will happen soon.

As we continue to navigate through these challenging times, we want to assure you that the Olean Area Federal Credit Union is here to help you.

Secondly, as mentioned above, we greatly appreciate your financial partnership with us and we will do our part to see that your businesses survive and succeed. As a community, we will get through this together.

Please reference this guide/checklist from the US Chamber of Commerce that summarizes the PPP. Also, here is the application that you may use to apply and a borrower’s information sheet, that provides more detail about the PPP. To learn more and get up-to-date guidance that has been released from the U.S. Department of Treasury please click here.

In order to prepare your application, we suggest that you review the application above and start gathering the following “required” information. Not all of this information will be applicable to you, however you are required to include supporting documentation with your application. If you do not include this documentation your loan application will not be processed. Final borrowing amount will be determined based on your “payroll costs” for the calendar year 2019. If you were not in business for the full calendar year your borrowing amount will be determined based on your payroll costs for January and February of 2020. If you are a seasonal business you may use the time period April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019 to determine your payroll costs.

  • Payroll reports/payroll journals for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
  • Quarterly payroll filings reported to the IRS (Form 941) and State (NYS 45 and ATT/PA-UC-2 and UC-2A) for the period January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 (5 quarters of reports).
  • Health and dental insurance costs (employer portion) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 1, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.
  • Employer contributions to Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRA) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.

For sole proprietors and independent contractors:

  • A copy of your 2019 Form 1040 Schedule C, and IRS Form 1099-MISC (if applicable) is required for your application to be considered. If you have not yet filed your taxes for 2019, at a minimum you are required to fill out your Schedule C for 2019 and compute your net income (line 31). In order to calculate your loan amount, you must take line 31 from your Schedule C, divide by 12, and then multiple by 2.5. If you have employees, additional payroll costs may be included when calculating your loan amount. These costs include wages, employer contributions to healthcare and retirement benefits, and state and local taxes assessed on employee compensation.

Loan Forgiveness:

  • All PPP loans are eligible for up to 100% forgiveness of the loan amount by the SBA.
  • A borrower is eligible for loan forgiveness for expenses incurred during the immediate 8-week period beginning on the date of the origination of the loan for the following items:
  • Payroll Costs
  • Utilities Payments
  • Rent/Lease Payments
  • Interest payments on debt service obligations of the borrower
  • Please refer to the following documents for further detail regarding loan forgiveness:

Because times are uncertain, we know that many of you are anxious to get your applications for this program into us as soon as possible, as well as funded once they are approved. We will work expediently on your request to get it processed as soon as possible. Due to the limited amount of funds that have been approved for the PPP, we cannot guarantee that all applicants will receive funding under this program. However, we are striving to get approval for all of our members.   

Please email a completed application and all “required” supporting documentation to ppploanapplications@oleanfcu.com.

Thank you again for your business and your patience.

PPP Loans Information

As we continue to navigate through these challenging times, we want to assure you that Olean Area Federal Credit Union is here to help you.

Secondly, we greatly appreciate your financial partnership with us and we will do our part to see that your businesses survive and succeed. As a community, we will get through this together.

As a current Small Business Administration (“SBA”) Lender we will be offering Paycheck Protection Program Loans.

Please reference this guide/checklist from the US Chamber of Commerce that summarizes the program, application and information sheet, specifically for borrowers, that the Department of Treasury has released.

At the time of this communication we are still awaiting further guidance from the SBA as they finalize the rules to this program, however we have started accepting applications, effective April 3, 2020.

An approval decision on your application and funding of your loan request will occur at a date to be determined upon receiving further guidance from the SBA.

In order to prepare your application, we suggest that you review the application above and start gathering the following “required” information. Not all of this information will be applicable to you, however you are required to include supporting documentation with your application. If you do not include this documentation your loan application will not be processed. Final borrowing amount will be determined based on your “payroll” costs for the calendar year 2019. If you were not in business for the full calendar year your borrowing amount will be determined based on your payroll costs for January and February of 2020. If you are a seasonal business you may use the time period April 1, 2019 to June 30 2019 to determine your payroll costs.
 

  • Payroll reports/payroll journals for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
  • Quarterly payroll filings reported to the IRS (Form 941) and State (NYS 45 and ATT/PA-UC-2 and UC-2A) for the period January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 (5 quarters of reports).
  • Health and dental insurance costs (employer portion) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 1, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.
  • Employer contributions to Health Savings Account (HSA) or Health Reimbursement
  • Accounts (HRA) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.
  • Retirement costs (employer contributions) for the period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, general ledger activity and monthly bills.

Additional information may be needed as we receive more guidance from the SBA.

At this time we are “only” accepting applications from current members of the Credit Union. You must have an active business account with us in order to apply.

Because times are uncertain, we know that many of you are anxious to get your applications for this program into us as soon as possible. Thus, we are diligently working to put a process in place to be able to fund your loan requests expediently when we receive final guidance from the SBA.

Please email a completed application and all “required” supporting documentation to ppploanapplications@oleanfcu.com.

Thank you again for your business and your patience.