PPP Loan Forgiveness

Apply For Loan Forgiveness

"We are pleased the Senate acted quickly on H.R. 7010, which makes important changes to PPP. These changes will make the program more effective and relevant for many small businesses and provide business owners with the flexibility they need to navigate re-openings, uncertain demand and labor challenges.”

Karen Kerrigan, SBE Council president & CEO

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Bringing You The PPP Loan Forgiveness Tools You Need.

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act has been signed into law, allowing many PPP borrowers to apply for loan forgiveness. As part of our ongoing mission to support small businesses during these unprecedented times, UNB wants to help you navigate through the loan forgiveness process and bring you the tools to do so.

Now is the Time to Apply

To apply, follow the instructions on the webpage link below, or contact your Agent or Accountant for assistance.

Applying for PPP Loan Forgiveness

We believe almost all of our customers will qualify to use either Form 3508S or Form 3508EZ and are providing tools to assist with the process.

Download the free Acrobat Reader here, to properly complete your application and take advantage of the PPP Forgiveness calculator built into the 3508EZ Loan Forgiveness Application.


If your PPP Loan is $150,000 or less use the SBA's Direct Forgiveness Port.


If your PPP Loan is more than $150,000 download and fill out the application.

Upload all documents to our Secure Server.

The package must be complete for us to process it.
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The Forgiveness Process

If your application is complete, we will process and submit it to SBA within 60 days. Upon submission to SBA, approval may take up to 90 days, but we will notify you by email when we receive SBA’s decision.


For up-to-date information on the PPP Forgiveness, click here to be redirected to the SBA’s site.

Expiration Notice

The expiration date in the upper-right corner of the posted PPP loan forgiveness application forms is displayed for purposes of SBA’s compliance with the Paperwork Reduction Act, and reflects the temporary expiration date for approved use of the forms. This date will be extended, and when approved, the same forms with the new expiration date will be posted.

Have Questions?

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding as offered under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (the “CARES” Act), signed into law on March 27, 2020.
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We Are Here for You.

Union National Bank is available to answer any questions you have, on this program, or others. Don’t hesitate to contact us and let us know how we can help.

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