PPP Planning Tools

We have the resources to help you understand the Paycheck Protection Program.

The last day to apply for a PPP loan with M&T will be March 15, 2021 at 9 p.m. EST.

Last updated: March 5, 2021

PPP Tools to Help You Plan and Organize

M&T believes that transparency is important. It is our promise to help our business clients answer questions and stay informed on the Paycheck Protection Program – whether you're applying for a PPP loan for the first time, or applying for a second PPP loan.

Clarifying First and Second Draw PPP Loans. The following visual will help highlight certain differences between the two PPP programs.

Initial (First Draw) PPP Loan

Eligibility:

An applicant is generally eligible for an initial PPP Loan if:

  • In operation on February 15, 2020
  • Has not previously received a PPP Loan (from M&T or another financial institution); and
  • Has no more than 500 employees

*Additional eligibility requirements apply

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Max Loan Amount & Term:

  • 2.5X average monthly payroll, up to $10 million ($20 million corporate group cap)
  • 5-year term

Eligible Expenses:

  • Payroll costs
  • Business rent & lease agreements
  • Business mortgage interest
  • Business utility payments
  • Covered operational expenditures
  • Covered personal protective equipment (PPE) expenses
  • Covered property damage expenses
  • Covered supplier expenditures

Loan Forgiveness:

  • May be eligible for loan forgiveness if proceeds are used on payroll and other eligible business expenses;
  • Employee and compensation levels are maintained; and
  • Minimum of 60% must be used on payroll costs

Second (Second Draw) PPP Loan

Eligibility:

An applicant is generally eligible for a Second PPP Loan if the borrower:

  • In operation on February 15, 2020
  • Previously received a PPP Loan (from M&T or another financial institution) and will or has used the full amount only for authorized uses by the date of disbursement of the Second PPP Loan;
  • Has no more than 300 employees combined with affiliates (unless NACIS 72, 511110 or 5151 then 300 per location); and
  • Can demonstrate at least a 25% reduction in gross receipts between comparable quarters in 2019 and 2020; or if in operations for all of 2019, you may use annual gross receipts
  • Has not nor plans to receive a Shuttered Venue grant

*Additional eligibility requirements apply

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Max Loan Amount & Term:

  • 2.5X average monthly payroll, up to $2 million ($4 million corporate group cap)
  • 3.5X average monthly payroll for Accommodations & Food Services loans (NAICS code 72), up to $2 million
  • 5-year term

Eligible Expenses:

  • Payroll costs
  • Business rent & lease agreements
  • Business mortgage interest
  • Business utility payments
  • Covered operational expenditures
  • Covered personal protective equipment (PPE) expenses
  • Covered property damage expenses
  • Covered supplier expenditures

Loan Forgiveness:

  • May be eligible for loan forgiveness if proceeds are used on payroll and other eligible business expenses;
  • Employee and compensation levels are maintained; and
  • Minimum of 60% must be used on payroll costs

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If you're not an M&T business client, you will be required to open a new business checking account. 

If you are approved for a PPP loan, the funds will be disbursed into this account. Please note that opening a business checking account does not guarantee PPP approval.

 

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Paycheck Protection Program Frequently Asked Questions

First-Draw PPP Loan

Who is eligible?

Businesses with 500 or fewer employees that were operating on February 15, 2020 including:

  • Businesses that have not previously received a PPP Loan (from M&T or another financial institution)
  • Businesses in certain industries can have more than 500 employees if they meet applicable SBA employee-based size standards for those industries (NAICS code) or if they meet both tests in the SBA's "alternative size standard" as of March 27, 2020.
  • Eligible non-profit organizations, including eligible houses of worship
  • Veterans organizations
  • Tribal business concerns
  • Sole proprietorships and self-employed individuals
  • Independent contractors
  • Small businesses in the hospitality and food industry with more than one location could also be eligible if their individual locations employ less than 500 workers

*Other eligibility requirements may apply.

I have been operating my business out of an M&T personal account. Am I still eligible?

You may be eligible if you are an independent contractor or sole proprietor and your business was operational on February 15, 2020, and you were using a personal M&T checking account to operate your business. However, you will be required to open a business checking account prior to receiving any PPP funds.

Can I have my accountant or a designee complete and submit the application for me?

A business owner does not have to key in the application. A business can authorize another person to complete the application, however we recommend the business owner complete the application.

Note to Agents:  M&T Bank (M&T) is not working with third-party agents on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.  M&T works directly with the borrower on all aspects of the PPP loan program.  M&T will not pay fees to any individual or firm claiming to be a borrower’s agent in connection with the origination of a PPP loan or the application for PPP loan forgiveness.

What if there are multiple owners, do we all need to sign?

No, only one owner who has authority to take out debt on behalf of the businesses must sign.

I have an existing Disaster EIDL loan from the SBA, can I refinance that into a PPP loan?

Yes, refinancing for an EIDL loan made between January 31, 2020 and April 3, 2020, less the amount of any "advance" under an EIDL COVID-19 loan (because it does not have to be repaid) is available. You are required to refinance the balance on the EIDL loan into your initial (first draw) PPP loan if you used the EIDL for payroll expenses.

Can a business owner apply more than once if they have multiple businesses?

Yes, the SBA allows for one loan per TIN.  Other eligibility requirements may apply.

Is the program available to businesses that have subcontractors on the payroll instead of employees?

Yes. However, independent contractors do not count as employees for purposes of PPP loan calculations. Independent contractors can apply for a PPP loan on their own, so they do not count for purposes of a borrower's PPP loan calculation.

What documents and information should I prepare?

All Applicants:

  • Detailed breakdown of Ownership Structure including ownership percentages, social security numbers, and dates of birth
  • Employee count as of February 15, 2020
  • Detailed breakdown of how you expect to allocate your loan proceeds (example payroll, mortgage interest, rent, utilities, etc.)
  • The date your business was established
  • The revenue for your business for the last year (this is voluntary, but helps with Community Reinvestment Act reporting)

For Businesses with Employees (if applicable):

  • 2019 and/or 2020 IRS 940, 941 or 944 payroll tax reports
  • Payroll statement or similar documentation to demonstrate operations on 02/15/2020
  • For S or C Corps: Equivalent payroll processor records or IRS Wage and Tax Statements, along with the filed business tax return 
  • Summary of payroll expenses for Individual Employees with cash compensation over $100,000
  • K-1 (IRS 1065) for Partnership Self Employed employment income
  • General Ledger reports or statements to assist with Health Care and Retirement benefits (S or C Corps may use IRS Form 1120 or IRS 1120-S)
  • State Quarterly Wage Reporting Forms
  • Non-Profit Applicants: Documentation proving you are authorized to borrow on behalf of the non-profit, if applicable
  • Second Draw Applicants: Documentation demonstrating 25% reduction in gross receipts for loans greater than $150,000 is required. If including, but not limited to, tax forms, quarterly income statement, or bank statement. If the loan is $150,000 or less, you have the option to provide at application, however, you must minimally supply by loan forgiveness.

For Sole Proprietorships and Independent Contractors (if applicable):

  •  Form 1040 Schedule C or F for 2019 and/or 2020 (Self-employed individuals with no employees must submit Form 1099-MISC in addition to 1040 Schedule C or F)
  • Payroll tax filings
  • Payroll statements or similar documentation to demonstrate operations on 02/15/2020
  • Bank Statements to demonstrate payroll disbursements
  • General Ledger Reports or statements to assist with Health Care and Retirement benefits
  • State Quarterly Wage Reporting Forms
  • Second Draw Applicants: Documentation demonstrating 25% reduction in gross receipts for loans greater than $150,000 is required. If including, but not limited to, tax forms, quarterly income statement, or bank statement. If the loan is $150,000 or less, you have the option to provide at application, however, you must minimally supply by loan forgiveness.

Whose personal information should be included in the application?

Any owner's information with 20% or more ownership should be input. If there are multiple owners, the person who has authority to take out debt in the name of the company should complete the application. Please note that information regarding all owners will be requested. For not-for-profit entities, you must enter individual information for at least one controlling party. The ownership percentage should be left blank.

I don't have access to the information I need to complete the application. What do I do?

We suggest working with your accountant or other partners to get the information you need. It is critical that you do not submit false information or an incomplete application. Doing so may result in a serious delay getting your funds, or even in a decline of your request. Your banker may be able to assist with certain questions regarding PPP.

How do I calculate my loan amount (first time PPP loan only)?

The loan amount maximum is determined by a formula based on average monthly payroll costs X 2.5 (or up to $10 million)

  • Most businesses: average monthly payroll for 2019 or 2020, excluding costs over $100,000 on annualized basis for each employee.
  • Seasonal businesses:  Payroll based on a 12-week period beginning February 15, 2019 through February 15, 2020. A seasonal employer (1) operates for not more than seven months of the year, or (2) earned no more than 1/3 of its receipts in any six months in their prior calendar year.
  • New businesses: Average monthly payroll from January 1 to February 29, 2020, excluding costs over $100,000 on an annualized basis for each employee.
  • For additional information, please review the guidance found on the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) website on how to calculate your maximum loan amount.

I have a question about my approved loan amount, or I think it might be incorrect. Who do I reach out to?

The SBA has set strict guidelines on the maximum loan amount. We suggest reviewing those guidelines before reaching out to us at 1-800-724-6070.

What do I do if I am unable to scan my documents?

Photos taken with a mobile phone are acceptable.

Who can I reach out to if I have other questions as I am completing the application?

Please continue to refer to the Be Informed page, contact your Relationship Manager or Branch Manager, or call our Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070.

Do employees with EIN Numbers qualify for payroll under the SBA?

If they have an EIN number and they live in the U.S., their payroll should be included in the calculation.

For my not-for-profit entity, what documentation can I provide to prove that I am authorized to borrow?

Examples of acceptable documentation include resolutions or board meeting minutes noting that the applicant is authorized to borrow on behalf of the entity.

Why do I need to provide the year my business was established?

This is a required field in the SBA loan application.  In order to secure and fund your loan, M&T must provide to the SBA the date of formation for your business.

What can I expect after I submit my application?

You will receive an email notification confirming your submission, along with updates as your application is processed. We will contact you if we need any additional information.

How will I know if I am approved?

We will contact you via email on the decision of your loan. You will be required to sign a Loan Note prior to receiving funding.

When will my loan be funded?

Once the SBA approves your application, our teams will be working around the clock to get funding into your account. You will receive a funding confirmation message when proceeds are ready to be deposited in your business checking account.

How can I check on the status of my application?

We appreciate your patience as we work as quickly as possible to process your application. Contact your Relationship Manager, Branch Manager or the Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070 for the current status of your application

I want to cancel my loan request. How do I do this?

If you would like to cancel your loan request please contact your Relationship Manager, Branch Manager, or the Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070 for assistance.

Second-Draw PPP Loan

Businesses with 300 or fewer employees combined with affiliates that were operating on February 15, 2020 plus:

  • Businesses who previously received a PPP Loan (from M&T or another financial institution) and will, or has, used the full amount only for authorized uses by the date of disbursement of the Second PPP Loan
  • Can demonstrate at least 25% reduction in gross receipts between comparable quarters in 2019 and 2020; or if in operation for all of 2019, you may use annual gross receipts
  • Has not nor plans to receive a Shuttered Venue Operation Grant
  • Business has no more than 300 employees combined with affiliates (unless NACIS 72, 511110 or 5151 then 300 per location)
  • Eligible non-profit organizations, including eligible houses of worship
  • Veterans organizations
  • Tribal business concerns
  • Sole proprietorships and self-employed individuals
  • Independent contractors
  • Small businesses in the hospitality and food industry with more than one location could also be eligible if their individual locations employ less than 300 workers

 

Can I apply for a Second Draw Loan at M&T Bank, if my First PPP Loan is at a different bank?

If you are an M&T Bank business checking customer and you applied for your first PPP Loan at another financial institution, you may be able to apply for a Second PPP Loan at M&T Bank if you meet eligibility criteria.  

I applied for a PPP loan, but I haven’t applied for loan forgiveness yet; can I apply for a second PPP loan?

If you previously received a PPP Loan (from M&T or another financial institution) and will or have used the full amount only for authorized uses by the date of disbursement of the Second PPP Loan, then you may be eligible to apply for a second draw PPP loan if you can meet the eligibility criteria.

How do I calculate my loan amount (second draw PPP loan only)?

The loan amount maximum is determined by a formula based on average monthly payroll costs X 2.5 (or up to $2 million). Accommodations and Food Services (NAICS code 72 as of the date of disbursement) small businesses may receive loans of up to 3.5x average monthly 2019 or 2020 payroll costs (capped at $2 million).

Do I need to supply documentation demonstrating my 25% reduction in gross receipts?

If your loan request is less than $150,000, then you will need to provide an attestation stating the loss in revenue. You have the option of providing documentation supporting the comparison quarter or annual receipts at the time of application. If you do not include with your application, it will be required to be submitted before loan forgiveness can be determined. For loan request $150,000 and greater, supporting documentation will be required. 

Other Frequently Asked Questions

What eligible expenses can my PPP loan be used for?

Whether you are a first time or Second Draw PPP borrower, the following expenses are eligible:

  • Payroll costs (note a minimum of 60% must be used on payroll to be eligible for loan forgives)
  • Business mortgage interest
  • Business rent or lease payments
  • Business utility payments (electricity, gas, water, transportation, telephone & internet)
  • Covered personal protective equipment (PPE) expenses
  • Covered property damage expenses (costs due to public disturbances that occurred in 2020 that are not covered by insurance)
  • Covered supplier expenditures (pursuant to a contract, purchase order, or order for goods in effect prior to taking out the loan that are essential to the recipient’s operations at the time the expenditure was made)
  • Covered operational payments (software, cloud computing, and other human resources and accounting needs)
  • First Time PPP ONLY: EIDL loan taken between January 31, 2020 and April 3, 2020 that was used for payroll must be refinanced and will count towards payroll costs.

What should I know about the SBA's updated certification guidance?

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has released updated guidance relating to businesses certifying eligibility for a PPP loan.

The guidance is referred to in Question 31 of the SBA's Frequently Asked Questions (also posted below).

During the application process, you certified that "current economic uncertainty makes this loan request necessary to support the ongoing operations of the Applicant."

The SBA is asking applicants who are in the process of or have received PPP funds to revisit the criteria.

We recommend that you read the entire Question 31 answer below and consult your legal counsel if necessary.

31. Question: Do businesses owned by large companies with adequate sources of liquidity to support the business's ongoing operations qualify for a PPP loan?

Answer: In addition to reviewing applicable affiliation rules to determine eligibility, all borrowers must assess their economic need for a PPP loan under the standard established by the CARES Act and the PPP regulations at the time of the loan application. Although the CARES Act suspends the ordinary requirement that borrowers must be unable to obtain credit elsewhere (as defined in section 3(h) of the Small Business Act), borrowers still must certify in good faith that their PPP loan request is necessary. Specifically, before submitting a PPP application, all borrowers should review carefully the required certification that "[c]urrent economic uncertainty makes this loan request necessary to support the ongoing operations of the Applicant." Borrowers must make this certification in good faith, taking into account their current business activity and their ability to access other sources of liquidity sufficient to support their ongoing operations in a manner that is not significantly detrimental to the business. For example, it is unlikely that a public company with substantial market value and access to capital markets will be able to make the required certification in good faith, and such a company should be prepared to demonstrate to SBA, upon request, the basis for its certification.

Lenders may rely on a borrower's certification regarding the necessity of the loan request. 

Can I reapply for a First Draw PPP loan or request an increase to my First Draw PPP loan?

Yes, certain eligible borrowers may reapply or request an increase with the lender that issued the first loan.

A borrower seeking an increase to a First Draw PPP loan MUST have the increase approved before applying for a Second Draw Loan. If the Second Draw loan has been approved, the increase cannot not be approved.

The following requirements must be met:

  • Borrower had a First Draw PPP loan approved on or before August 8, 2020
  • Loan forgiveness has not already been remitted by the SBA

Scenarios where First Draw customers may increase their loan amounts:

  • A partnership received a First Draw PPP loan, but did not include any amount for partner compensation
  • A seasonal employer who would benefit from the revised definition of a seasonal employer, which allows for the average total monthly payments for payroll for any 12-week period selected by the seasonal employer beginning February 15, 2019 and ending February 15, 2020
  • Farmers and ranchers may elect either 2019 or 2020 as their base period in order to ensure that they can obtain funding
  • Borrowers that returned part of their First Draw PPP loan before December 27, 2020
  • Borrowers that did not accept the full amount of their First Draw PPP loan for which they were approved

In addition, borrowers that fully repaid a First Draw PPP loan before December 27, 2020 may reapply for a First Draw PPP loan.

If you would like to reapply or request an increase, please contact your Relationship Manager, Branch Manager, or call our Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070.

Can I extend the term on my First Draw PPP loan?

In June 2020, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act amended the PPP, which now provides borrowers the ability to negotiate with lenders to extend their First Draw loan term from two (2) to five (5) years.

Borrowers with 2-year terms may request a maturity extension with their lender. Additionally, borrowers who do not achieve full loan forgiveness or do not apply may request to extend their maturity from 2 to 5 years.

If you would like to apply for a maturity extension request, please contact your Relationship Manager, Branch Manager, or call our Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070.

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What changes were made to the SBA Subsidy Relief Payment Program?

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (the “Act”) also included the extension of the SBA Loan Payment Subsidy Program provided under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Under this program, the SBA will pay the principal, interest and any associated fees (except late fees) for 7(a) loans that are in regular servicing status (no more than 120 days past due) and fully disbursed. A loan is considered fully disbursed if it is:

  • A revolving line of credit and there has been one draw on the line
  • A term loan and the full balance of the loan has been disbursed

Please note that 504 loans will receive subsidy relief payments; however, these payments are received and processed by the Community Development Corporation (CDC).

The SBA released a Procedural Notice, Control 5000-20095, effective February 16, 2021 regarding Adjustments to Number of Months of Section 1112 Payments in the 7(a), 504 and Microloan Programs Due to Insufficiency of Funds.

Who’s eligible for the program?

This assistance is not available to loans made under the Paycheck Protection Program.

Eligibility is as follows:

  • For 7(a) or 504 loans that were approved by the SBA on or before September 27, 2020 and fully disbursed on or after September 28, 2020, the SBA will make the Section 1112 payments for a 3-month period (instead of a 6-month period). Loans that were approved and fully disbursed on or before September 27, 2020, SBA will continue to make the Section 1112 payments for a 6-month period, as authorized under the original CARES Act.
  • For all 504 and 7(a) loans that were approved by the SBA before March 27, 2020, the SBA will make the Section 1112 payments for a 2-month period (instead of a 3-month period). This 2-month period of Section 1112 payments may cover amounts that are past due at the time that SBA makes the February Section 1112 payment, subject to the monthly payment limit of $9,000.
  • If the 504 or 7(a) loan is made to a borrower that, according to the records of SBA, is assigned a North American Industry Classification System code beginning with 61, 71, 72, 213, 315, 448, 451, 481, 485, 487, 511, 512, 515, 532, or 812, SBA will make the Section 1112 payments for an additional 3-month period (instead of an additional 5- month period) immediately following the end of the 2-month period. Please note, the SBA will not begin to make the payments for this additional 3- month period until SBA provides to 7(a) Lenders and CDCs a list of their respective borrowers with each borrower’s assigned NAICS code.
  • For M&T clients who receive a new 7(a) loan approved between February 1, 2021 and September 30, 2021, the SBA will pay 3-months starting with the first payment due once fully disbursed

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Loans approved by the SBA (authorization date) between September 28, 2020 and January 31, 2021 will not receive subsidy relief payments.

Loans approved by the SBA (authorization date) between March 27, 2020 and September 27, 2020 will not receive Second Round subsidy relief payments.

What else should you know about the program?

  • The number of months for which your loan may receive this assistance is subject to adjustment based on the availability of funds provided by Congress
  • The borrower does not need to take any action to participate in this program. Borrowers eligible for payments will receive a letter in the mail from M&T regarding the program.
  • For clients whose monthly loan payments are on autopay, automatic payments will be turned off for the duration of the subsidy relief payment period. When subsidy relief payments conclude, the ACH will be reinstated, and an invoice will be mailed to the address on record.
  • Automatic payments for tax escrow payments, payment amounts that exceed the $9,000 per loan per month cap or catch up payments per a previously approved program will continue during this program
  • During the time subsidy relief payments are applied, no late fees or credit reporting will take place, as the SBA provides the payment file to the lender monthly, therefore payments may post to the borrowers account after their due date. The SBA provides payments in a file around the 15th of the month to post to borrower accounts.
  • For more information on the program, please consult the SBA website, or reach out to your Relationship Manager, Branch Manager or Telephone Contact Center at 1-800-724-6070

Note to Agents:

M&T Bank (M&T) is not working with third-party agents on Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.  M&T works directly with the borrower on all aspects of the PPP loan program.  M&T will not pay fees to any individual or firm claiming to be a borrower’s agent in connection with the origination of a PPP loan or the application for PPP loan forgiveness.

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