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Paycheck Protection Program Extended

Paycheck Protection Program

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The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) application deadline has been extended for borrowers until May 31, 2021. It was set to expire on March 31st. In addition to pushing back the application deadline, it also provides 30 additional days for the U.S. Small Business Administration to finish processing applications received by the new deadline. This extension doesn’t provide any additional funding.

The PPP was created to provide a direct incentive to help small businesses keep their workers on the payroll, hire back those who have been laid off, and help cover applicable overhead.

Borrowers should continue to monitor PPP developments. Those who are considering applying should prepare and have all relevant documentation on hand. For PPP loan questions, contact your lender directly.

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Landon Mowry

Landon Mowry

Landon Mowry has a unique perspective about what clients want because he’s been a client of National Insurance Services (NIS) himself. In fact, it was the high level of service he received while working on the other side of the desk that led him to make a career change. NIS’ core values matched Landon’s own beliefs about how to treat customers. Landon is a specialist in evaluating and providing solutions for all your employee benefit needs. He serves schools, cities, and counties throughout Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. Landon is a licensed insurance agent, a Certified Patient Protections and Affordable Care Act Professional (NAHU), and has a Group Benefits Disability Specialist designation (GBDS).