Securing a PPP Loan from Regent Bank
SBA Application Forms
First Draw Borrower
Second Draw Borrower
To assist interested parties in preparation of completing the PPP application, we have created checklists of documents to gather prior to applying based on the entity type.
These checklists (updated January 9, 2021) are based on the NEW SBA guidance and are subject to change.
|Business Tax Filing Status||With Employees||Without Employees|
|Corporations (1120 & 1120s) and Nonprofit (990)||Corporations and Nonprofit|
|Partnerships (1065)||Partnerships with Employees||Partnerships without Employees|
|Schedule C||Schedule C with Employees|
|Schedule F||Schedule F with Employees||Schedule F without Employees|
* Loans made under the SBA Paycheck Protection Program ("PPP Loans") are subject to acceptance by the SBA and are funded from a finite dollar amount appropriated by Congress (the "PPP Appropriation"). Additionally, PPP Loans may be in very high demand. As a result, the successful submission of a complete PPP Loan application through Regent Bank does not guarantee that such application will either (a) be accepted by the SBA, or (b) ultimately result in the funding of a PPP Loan in the event that the PPP Appropriation is exhausted.
Regent Bank makes no representation or warranty with respect to the availability of forgiveness with respect to any PPP Loan. You should conduct your own analysis about forgiveness before you spend PPP loan proceeds. Regent Bank is awaiting further details from the SBA on specific program requirements; therefore, Regent Bank reserves the right to modify any aspect of its participation in the PPP, including without limitation any terms, requirements, documentation or other aspects related to PPP loan forgiveness.