SBA Paycheck Protection Program

 

 

 

Welcome to the SBA Paycheck Protection Program application

Overview

Please Read: To apply through Inland Bank, you must have a current business loan or business deposit relationship with us.

Below you’ll find the list of required documents that we need you to return to us along with additional documents you'll need to supply in order to process your application.  Follow the steps below to complete the application process

Step 1 - Download And Complete The Following Documents

Step 2 - Gather The Following Documents To Upload

  • IRS Form 940 (annual) or IRS Form 941 for all four quarters of your 2019 payroll
  • 2019 IRS Form 1040 Schedule C (For self-employed, independent contractors, and sole-proprietorships)
  • Copies of business property lease and/or mortgage statements
  • Driver’s License copies (front & back) for all individuals with 20% or greater ownership.

Step 3 - Complete The Secure submission form

Complete the submission form located on the right side of this page and attach all of the documents referenced above. You will be contacted by a banker once your documents have been received and reviewed.

Questions?

If you have questions about the program please review our FAQs. If you have questions about the documents required or the application process please click on the Contact Us button below to submit your questions.

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Other documents may be requested and required by either Inland Bank or the SBA. There may be processing delays or other issues that could impact Inland Bank’s ability to accept your application or submission of any application to SBA. Your application may not be approved or funds may not be available; the Bank does not make any representation that submission of an application will result in automatic approval or funding.

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