Biden expands paycheck protection program
President Joe Biden has signed a bill extending the Paycheck Protection Program and “pushing lenders to up their game”, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. (March 30)
Want to know if your employer got a Paycheck Protection Plan or a PPP loan? And for how much?
Or do you want to know which companies have obtained taxpayer-funded loans? Search our database that tracks this information.
Who in Georgia got a paycheck protection program or PPP loans during the pandemic?
This searchable website examines which companies got money from last year’s federal program to help businesses retain workers amid the pandemic economic shutdown.
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What is a PPP loan?
A PPP loan is a loan backed by the Small Business Authority that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. According to the SBA, the Paycheck Protection Program ended on May 31, 2021.
Our searchable database allows users to search dollar allowances by industry and lender. You can also check how many workers aid-recipient companies have reported keeping on the payroll.
Related: Why the Small Business Administration’s loan program is frustrating borrowers
Previous PPP stories: Over $700m in Paycheck Protection loans approved for Chatham businesses
Database: Click here to view our PPP loan database