COVID-19 Assistance

Paycheck Protection Program Information for your business. 

PPP Loan Forgiveness

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application 3508S
(For loans $150,000 or less)

Here is what you will need in order to apply for forgiveness for your PPP Loan under $150,000

You DO NOT NEED to provide us with supporting documentation.  However, SBA is requiring you keep all supporting documentation for the next three years.

Please send your completed PPP loan forgiveness application to PPPForgiveness@fsbnh.bank

 

PPP 3508EZ Forgiveness Application
(For loans over $150,000)

To determine which PPP loan forgiveness application you should complete, please refer to the PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and Instructions – Form 3508EZ.

Note: If you are able to check one of the boxes on the Checklist for Using SBA Form 3508EZ page then you may use this application.

Here’s what you will need in order to begin the process of applying for forgiveness of your PPP loan.

Please send your completed PPP loan forgiveness application along with all supporting documentation to PPPForgiveness@fsbnh.bank

 

PPP 3508 Forgiveness Application
(For anyone who does not meet the qualifications for 3508S or 3508EZ)

The PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and Instructions – Form 3508 is to be used by those businesses who do not meet the qualifications for the 3508S or 3508EZ forms. 

Please send your completed PPP loan forgiveness application along with all supporting documentation to PPPForgiveness@fsbnh.bank

Here are some links to a few documents containing updates on the SBA’s PPP Loan Forgiveness Program.

If you have any questions which may not have been answered in the aforementioned materials, then please contact the SBA directly at PPPForgivenessRequest@sba.gov. They will be able to answer any further questions concerning your PPP loan forgiveness application.

 

Release of PPP Borrower Information

On December 1, 2020, the Small Business Administration released public data about Paycheck Protection Program borrowers. The reported data included the borrowers’ names, addresses, loan amounts and the names of their PPP lenders. This action was brought forth by a court order following lawsuits initiated by media organizations seeking the data. We want you to know that Franklin Savings Bank did not publicly disclose your PPP loan data and played no part in the court decision. Our commitment to protect your privacy is paramount. We adhere to all applicable laws and regulations when it comes to protecting our customer’s personal information.

If you have any questions which may not have been answered in the aforementioned materials, then please contact the SBA directly at PPPForgivenessRequest@sba.gov. They will be able to answer any further questions concerning your PPP loan forgiveness application.

 

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