COVID-19: Disaster Loan Assistance

Federal Disaster Loans for Small Businesses and Private Nonprofits

  ANNOUNCEMENT for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
When applying for SBA disaster loans for Coronavirus (COVID-19), please only select "Economic Injury (EIDL)" on your online application.
Disaster Loan Information

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) provides low-interest loans to small businesses and Private Nonprofits suffering substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19. An Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL, pronounced "ai-dl" like the English word "idle") can help meet necessary financial obligations that an applicant would have met had this public health emergency not occurred.

How to Apply?

SBA’s preferred application method is using their online application. Bellow are the documents applicants will either complete online, or need to upload onto SBA’s online application.

Business Loan Applications 
(SBA Form 5C for sole proprietors OR SBA Form 5 for all others) completed and signed by business applicant.

Form/Forma 5C: English  |   Español

Form/Forma 5: English  |   Español

Additional Filing Requirements
(SBA Form 1368) completed and signed by business applicant.

English  |   Español

Fee Disclosure Form and Compensation Agreement
(SBA Form 159D) completed and signed by business applicant.


IRS Form 4506-T OR 8821

completed and signed by the applicant business, each principal owning 20 percent or more of the applicant business, each general partner or managing member, and, for any owner who has a 50 percent or more ownership in an affiliate business (affiliates include, but are not limited to, business parents, subsidiaries, and/or businesses with common ownership or management).

IRS Form 4506-T (Request for Transcript of Tax Return)  |  Instructions for IRS Form 4506-T  English  |  Español

IRS Form 8821 (Tax Information Authorization)  |  Instructions for IRS Form 8821

Either form is acceptable. These forms authorize the SBA to independently verify an applicant’s tax information.

Personal Financial Statement

(SBA Form 413D may be used) completed, signed, and dated by the applicant (if a sole proprietorship), each principal owning 20 percent or more of the applicant business and each general partner or managing member.

English  |   Español

Schedule of Liabilities

(SBA Form 2202 may be used) for listing all fixed debts.

  English  |   Español  |  Instructions for SBA Form 2202

Complete copies, including all schedules, of last year’s federal income tax returns for the applicant business; or an explanation if not available.