Access the financial relief your business needs with a PPP loan

Get Paycheck Protection Program peace of mind with Goal Financial. We’ll help you complete your PPP loan application and submit it to our accredited lending partner, Congressional Bank.

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How it works

Complete your application

We’ll guide you through all of the necessary information about your company, help you upload all of the required documentation and securely link your bank account for final deposit of approved loans.

Get a Loan Estimate

Based on the information provided, we’ll  let you know if your business is eligible and if so, what amount of funding you might expect to receive.

Receive Updates on Approval and Funding

We’ve partnered with an accredited SBA lender, Congressional Bank, to process and complete loans. Once eligible applications have been successfully approved, your PPP funding will be accessible in your linked bank account within ten days.

What you need to know about a PPP loan

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Any small business with 500 or fewer employees may be eligible. This includes small businesses, sole proprietors, S and C corporations, LLCs, independent contractors, and self-employed and some nonprofits

Loans are available for up to 2.5 times of your average monthly payroll during the year preceding the application. Our application will help calculate this amount for you.

The PPP loans are 100% forgivable if appropriately used for eligible expenses. At a minimum 75% of your loan must be used on payroll related expenses. The remaining 25% can be used on non-payroll expenses such as rent and utilities.

If any portion of your loan is deemed non-forgivable, your loan will be treated as a two year loan with a 1% interest rate. You will have a 6 month deferral period until monthly payments are required - interest will accrue during this period.

Get prepped to apply. Review the list of required documents by business type.

Application Process

What documents should I include with my application for a PPP Loan?

If your business structure is any of the following: Corporation, LLC, Partnership, Professional Corporation, General Partnership, Nonprofit  

Businesses should have ready:
+ Color copy of government issued ID (front and back)
+ Signed Beneficial Ownership Form (for all applicable parties), must include government issued IDs for all parties listed
+ Formation Documents, as applicable (choose as applicable to your business type): Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Existence, Certificate of Organization, Charter, Partnership Agreement, Operating Agreement, Non-Profit Bylaws, 501(3)(c) Evidence, Trust Agreement, Certificate of Trust, Estate Agreement, or Certificate of Formation
+ If you have received or been approved for an EIDL loan: Your most recent statement from your outstanding Economic Injury Disaster Loan
+ 2019 IRS Forms 941 for 4 quarters of 2019 or 2019 IRS Form 944 (if applicable)
+ 2019 IRS Form 940
+ 2019 Schedules K-1 for each Partner (if your business is an LLC or partnership)
+ 2019 annual payroll statement by employee that will provide the following information (where possible, preferably from payroll provider or payroll system):
Salary, wages, commissions, or tips (not exceeding $100,000 annually for each employee)
Costs for vacation, parental, family, medical or sick leave
Costs for separation or dismissal of employees
State & local taxes assessed on employee compensation

+ Health insurance premiums for employees paid by the business owner under a group health plan (if applicable)
+ Retirement plan funding for employees paid for by business owner (if applicable)


If your business structure is any of the following: Independent Contractor, Sole Proprietor, Self Employed, Single Member LLC

With Employees:
+ Color copy of government issued ID (front and back)
+ If you have received or been approved for an EIDL loan: Your most recent statement from your outstanding Economic Injury Disaster Loan.
+ 2019 1040 Schedule C
+ 2019 IRS Form W-3
+ 2019 IRS Form 940
+ Payroll document for period including February 15, 2020 - demonstrate the business was in operation
+ 2019 annual payroll statement by employee that will provide the following information (where possible, preferably from payroll provider or payroll system):
Salary, wages, commissions, or tips (not exceeding $100,000 annually for each employee)
Costs for vacation, parental, family, medical or sick leave
Costs for separation or dismissal of employees
State & local taxes assessed on employee compensation

+ 2019 Forms 1099-MISC
+ Health insurance premiums for employees paid by the business owner under a group health plan (if applicable)
+ Retirement plan funding for employees paid for by business owner (if applicable)

Without Employees:
+ Color copy of government issued ID (front and back)
+ If you have received or been approved for an EIDL loan: Your most recent statement from your outstanding Economic Injury Disaster Loan.
+ 2019 1040 Schedule C
+ 2019 Forms 1099-MISC for Independent Contractors
+ Payroll document for period including February 15, 2020 - demonstrate the business was in operation