SBA Paycheck Protection Program

frequently asked questions

Working Together to Keep You Informed of the PPP Forgiveness Process

As we continue reviewing Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) forgiveness applications, OnPoint and our partner, Holmes & Company have worked together to compile some of the most common questions. We understand as the SBA’s process and guidelines have continued to evolve, they also presented challenges in the early stages of the forgiveness process. We hope answers to the following questions can help support you as you complete the forgiveness application.

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Borrowers have 10 months following the end of the Covered Period to file for loan forgiveness without being charged interest. Lenders are required to notify the SBA regarding borrowers who do not seek loan forgiveness. Accordingly, we believe the risk of SBA audit increases for borrowers who do not seek loan forgiveness.
Instructions can be found at onpointcu.com/sba-ppp-forgiveness-application-2020. Note: these instructions are only for loans in excess of $50,000.
No. OnPoint requires that all borrowers complete the loan forgiveness application process using the OnPoint loan forgiveness portal at onpointcu.force.com, which connects directly to the SBA interface system.
Be sure to use Google Chrome to access the OnPoint PPP loan forgiveness portal at onpointcu.force.com. Chrome is a free browser and can be downloaded at google.com/chrome.

If you encounter a "page not found" error or are unable to log back in once you've logged out:
Your Username is the email address you used to apply online for the PPP loan. (This would also be the email address where OnPoint is sending you emails regarding the PPP loan forgiveness process.)

Your Password to access the OnPoint PPP forgiveness portal is the password you used to apply online for the PPP loan. It is likely not your OnPoint Digital Banking password. If you do not remember your password, click on "Forgot Password".
The requirement to complete the Loan Forgivness Verifer only applies to loans above $50,000.

The Excel Loan Forgiveness Verifiers are located online at onpointcu.com/sba-ppp-forgiveness-application-2020.

Scroll to Step 3 and you will find the Loan Forgiveness Verifiers. Be sure to choose the Verifier specific to your business:
  • Borrowers who do not have employees or only have employees who are owners of the business
  • Borrowers who have employees that are not owners of the business
Make sure the file name for the electronic documents you wish to upload are less than 14 characters long; otherwise, the files may not upload.
You will not need this information. We will enter the loan number for you.
The amount of your PPP loan forgiveness will be based on your 2019 Schedule C, line 31.

To calculate your maximum forgivable amount, divide the 2019 Schedule C, line 31 amount by 12 months and multiply the result by 2.5 months. The maximum amount allowed is $20,833.

Borrowers will need to upload a copy of their 2019 IRS Form 1040 Schedule C (see FAQ regarding instructional materials and videos if necessary).
The downloaded copy of form 3508S is for your own reference only and is not necessary to upload it into the portal. The actual loan forgiveness application is done electronically in the portal.
Note: For SBA PPP loan amounts $50,000 and below, please skip to step 4.
  1. Download the Loan Verifier (for loans above $50,000 only). Visit onpointcu.com/sba-ppp-forgiveness-application-2020 and scroll to step 3 to find the Loan Forgiveness Verifiers.
  2. Complete the required Verifier and upload it into Kiteworks (for loans above $50,000 only). To upload into Kiteworks, check your inbox or spam folder for an email from [email protected] with instructions on how to upload.
  3. After uploading the Verifier (for loans above $50,000), you will receive an email granting you access to the loan forgiveness portal. The email authorization will be sent to the email address used for the application of the PPP loan.
  4. All Borrowers are required to apply for loan forgiveness through the loan forgiveness portal located at: onpointcu.force.com.
  5. Once in the portal, answer the questions and complete the requested information.
  6. When requested, upload only the required documents into the portal.
  7. Submit the forgiveness application.
  8. Your application will be reviewed and when it is approved, you will receive an electronic signature packet.
  9. If other information is required, you will be notified by email or telephone.

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