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Information on this page is current as of August 3, 2020. Check back regularly for updates as this information evolves.

SBA Loans Programs: An Update for Dental Practices

Significant changes have been made to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loan programs. Learn what this means for your practice in this June 12 discussion with ADA staff and Academy of Dental Certified Public Accountants members. This recorded webinar is free for ADA members.

Additional SBA Loan Resources


NEW Webinar: Updates on SBA Loans, HHS Provider Relief Fund

Get the latest updates and guidance on SBA loans, the HHS Provider Relief Fund and congressional activity on the next COVID-19 relief legislation.

Watch SBA & HHS webinar


PPP Loan Forgiveness — EZ Application

Some loan recipients qualify to apply for loan forgiveness using the simplified EZ application form.

Get form 3508EZ & instructions


PPP Loan Forgiveness — Standard Application

Use this form to apply for forgiveness of eligible Paycheck Protection Program loan costs.

Apply for loan forgiveness


Fact Sheet: Small Business Loans for Dentists

Get a quick recap of available loans, prepared by the ADA and Academy of Dental CPAs.

Download the fact sheet.


Tips to Recognize SBA Loan Scams

Scammers and fraudsters see this period of uncertainty as an opportunity to take advantage of small business owners, including dentists applying for Small Business Administration loans.

Get advice from the Federal Trade Commission


U.S. Treasury PPP Information Sheet

The Department of the Treasury has provided a summary of information about the PPP loan for borrowers.

Read it today


Paycheck Protection Program Loan FAQ

The Small Business Administration and Department of the Treasury prepared answers to questions from borrowers and lenders.

Read them now


SBA Guidance and Loan Resources

Get more information on loan options, guidance and local assistance from the SBA.

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