Governor Kelly announces the Federal Paycheck Protection Program Reopens Applications for Forgivable Loans

TOPEKA – With the launch of 2021 Coronavirus relief programs, Governor Kelly today announced Kansans can start publishing applications to your 2021 Federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for forgivable loans to small enterprises.

“Kansas little companies were among those hardest struck by COVID-19,” Governor Laura Kelly stated. “The Paycheck Protection Program is important to maintaining our state on the way to recovery. This is an excellent step of progress, but we all know the necessity for relief is excellent – and I also continues to push for additional stimulus financing to guide Kansas’ financial data recovery.”

Led by the small company management (SBA) as well as the Treasury Department, the PPP is really a federally administered system delivering loans to businesses that are small protect payroll costs. The SBA started accepting applications through Community banking institutions on January 11 and through all the other banking institutions on January 19, with applications accepted through March 31.

“In the past 12 months, the Paycheck Protection Program offered federal help to thousands of Kansas smaller businesses, but we realize that the necessity remains great,” Lieutenant Governor and Commerce Secretary David Toland said. Continue reading