This major bank is continuing to accept online PPP loan applications in anticipation of the SBA program getting more money. To apply, you must have a business checking or small business savings account with Capital One as of February 15, 2020.
Can you get PPP without a business account?
Getting a PPP loan without a business
You don’t have to have an LLC designation or a registered business to qualify for PPP loans. Sole proprietors, freelancers, and independent contractors can apply for PPP funding.
Do you need an LLC to apply for PPP loan?
The partnership or multi-member LLC instead must apply as an entity for a single PPP Loan and include the self-employment income of such partners or members as payroll costs up to a maximum of $100,000 annually per individual.
Can a sole proprietor with no employees get a PPP loan?
For sole proprietors or independent contractors with no employees, the maximum possible PPP loan is therefore $20,833, and the entire amount is automatically eligible for forgiveness as owner compensation share.
Can sole proprietors apply for PPP?
You may apply for the PPP once with your SSN as a sole proprietor, and then separately for any other businesses you own using their EINs.
Can self-employed get PPP loan?
You can apply for a PPP loan as a self-employed individual once applications open for the 1,800 qualified SBA lenders.
What documents do I need for a PPP loan?
All businesses of this type should provide the following
- Color copy of government issued ID (front and back)
- 2019 1040 Schedule C**
- 2019 IRS Form W-3.
- 2019 IRS Form 940.
- W2s for any employees earning more than $100,000.
- Payroll statement covering 2/15/2020.
How does a sole proprietor document payroll for PPP?
When you applied for your PPP loan, you needed proof of payroll, in this case salary. To do this you’ll need your 2019 Form 1040 Schedule C, as well as a 2019 IRS Form 1099-MISC detailing non-employee compensation, invoices, bank statements, or a book of record that proves you are self-employed.
How do you pay yourself as a sole proprietor?
In general, a sole proprietor can take money out of their business bank account at any time and use that money to pay themselves. If the business is profitable, the money in your account is considered your ownership equity and is the difference between your business assets and liabilities.