PPP Loans: Search to see who received Paycheck Protection Program loans
Want to know if your employer got a Paycheck Protection Plan or PPP loan? And for how much?
Who in West Virginia got a Paycheck Protection Program or PPP loans during the pandemic?
This searchable website looks at which companies got money from last year's federal program to help businesses retain their workers amid the pandemic economic shutdown.
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What is a PPP loan?
A PPP loan is a Small Business Authority-backed loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the COVID-19 crisis. According to the SBA, the Paycheck Protection Program ended on May 31, 2021.
Our searchable database allows users to look up dollar allotments by industry, and lenders. You can also check to see how many workers companies receiving the assistance said they kept on the payroll.
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