Coronavirus Paycheck Protection Program

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) 

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll.


Please download and complete the SBA PPP Loan Calculation Worksheet. You will need to upload the completed Worksheet and the other documents listed below with your application.

SBA PPP Loan Calculation Worksheet (EXCEL Spreadsheet)


Below is the link to complete the application for the SBA PPP Loan.

APPLY for the SBA PPP Loan (Online Application)

To check on the status of a submitted loan, click the link below. If additional or missing items are needed, you can upload them to complete the application.

CHECK STATUS on a Submitted Loan (Online)


Please read the information carefully before completing the application and submitting your documentation. 

Based on your business type, please have the following information ready to upload when completing your application. We will not be able to proceed with your application if we do not all the required documentation. If you have not filed your 2019 return we still need the requested Schedules and Forms listed for your business structure.

  • Sole Props:
    • 2019 Federal Tax Returns  -  Schedule C, (Schedule F for farmers)
      • Max $100K profit  -  If a loss is shown, not eligible
    • 1099-MISC for Independent Contractors
    • 2020 Book of Record, Invoice or bank statements to establish operation on or before 02/15/2020
    • If the organization has employees:
      • 2019 Payroll Tax Statement  -  Form 940 & 941
  • Partnerships:
    • 2019 Federal Tax Returns  -  Schedule K-1 (Form 1065)
      • Max $100K per partner  -  If a loss is shown, not eligible
    • 2020 Book of Record, Invoice or bank statements to establish operation on or before 02/15/2020
    • If the organization has employees:
      • 2019 Payroll Tax Statement  -  Form 940 & 941
  • Corporations:
    • 2019 Federal Tax Returns  -  Schedule Form 1120 or 1120-S
    • 2019 Payroll Tax Statements  -  940 & 941
  • Non-Profit Organizations: (Regular)
    • 2019 Payroll Tax Statements  -  940 & 941
    • 2019 Health Insurance Form 990
  • Non-Profit Organizations: (Church, Veterans Org, Tribal Businesses)
    • 2019 Payroll Tax Statements  -  940 & 941
    • 2019 Health Contributions Form 990
    • 2019 Employer Retirement Contributions

Please note that if you do not have an existing relationship with the Credit Union, you or your business must qualify for membership and you will need to open a Business Account. If and when the loan is approved, a representative will contact you to provide instructions on opening your new business account.