Putting the PPP
Into Perspective

Helping You Help Our Business Community

Help Your Members Understand PPP

Renewed funds in the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) present an opportunity to help small and medium-sized businesses. But many business owners have questions about the PPP and may need insight about how the PPP can help.

To support your membership, Bank of the Sierra has created videos to explain what business owners need to know about PPP, including:

How PPP can help
local businesses

Loan eligibility

How funds can be

What expenses qualify
for loan forgiveness

How to apply and what
documents are needed

PPP Video Resources

Updated 3/29/2021

Small and medium-sized businesses are still eligible to take a first- or second-draw PPP loan. Help your members understand their options by providing them links to these videos:

First Draw PPP Application Process

Step-by-step instructions to complete the PPP application.

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Second Draw PPP Application Process

A short instructional video to help complete your PPP application.

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Bank of the Sierra is a proud participant in the PPP loan initiative to help small businesses in our communities. The information we provide is based on guidance from the Small Business Administration (SBA).

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Have Questions?

Our knowledgeable lending team is here to help. Email us at PPP@BankoftheSierra.com.

Important Disclaimer: Bank of the Sierra wants to support our business customers by providing information and reminders about the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which are based on guidance from the Small Business Administration (SBA). Please note that the information we provide is for informational purposes only. We are not guaranteeing its accuracy. We are not endorsing the program nor providing business, legal, or tax advice. There are still uncertainties about the program, and the SBA is expected to release additional guidance. Current information can be found on the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program webpage.