Farmers, Small Businesses Benefit From Paycheck Protection Program Changes

Jan 22, 2021

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By Marlee Moore
Farmers and small businesses are benefiting from changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) signed into law Dec. 27 as part of the stimulus bill, or Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021.
Features include the New Farmer PPP Loan. Farm borrowers can calculate PPP loan amounts based on 2019 Schedule F gross receipts. The calculation is maxed at $100,000 of gross receipts.
This applies to farmers who did not receive PPP loans the first time and those who could receive larger loans thanks to the new provisions. If a 2020 loan was forgiven before Dec. 27, the farmer is not eligible to reapply for a larger amount.
Originally, farmers and businesses had to choose between PPP or Employee Retention Credit (ERC) loans. CAA 2021 allows retroactive participation in both.
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