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    Good news! As a result of the recent announcement from the White House and SBA on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), you may now be eligible to apply for a higher PPP loan amount based on your gross sales.

    The SBA requires applicants provide a completed 2019 or 2020 Schedule C to calculate the loan amount.  

    If you haven’t filed 2020 taxes yet and want to use these figures to calculate your PPP loan amount, that’s ok! The 2020 Schedule C that you provide for your PPP loan should be the same as what you will file with the IRS. Here are five steps to get started:

    1. Download the Schedule C from the IRS website.

    2. Fill in the top section with your relevant information, including Name of Proprietor, Business Name, SSN, and EIN, if applicable. 

    3. Fill in Part 1 – Income.

    • Line 1 is Gross Receipts or revenue. 
    • Lines 2-6 includes returns, allowances, cost of goods, and other income. They do not include expenses (that’s in Part 2 of the Schedule C). 
    • Calculate Line 7 – Gross income. 

    4. Fill in Parts 2-5 on the Schedule C.

    5. Upload your Schedule C to your SmartBiz Loans PPP application.

    If you have not filed your 2020 taxes and need assistance, there are firms that can help like H&R Block or online services like TurboTax. The IRS has a detailed guide on how to fill out your Schedule C. Please note that filing your Form 1040 Schedule C is not a requirement for submitting your document for your application. 

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