SBA / Treasury FAQ on Loan Forgiveness / Nonpayroll – 2. Are nonpayroll costs incurred during the Covered Period, but paid after the Covered Period, eligible for loan forgiveness?

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Q:   Are nonpayroll costs incurred during the Covered Period, but paid after the Covered Period, eligible for loan forgiveness?
 
A:   Nonpayroll costs are eligible for loan forgiveness if they were incurred during the Covered Period and paid on or before the next regular billing date, even if the billing date is after the Covered Period.
 
Example: A borrower’s 24-week Covered Period runs from April 20 through October 4. On October 6, the borrower receives its electricity bill for September. The borrower pays its September electricity bill on October 16. These electricity costs are eligible for loan forgiveness because they were incurred during the Covered Period and paid on or before the next regular billing date (November 6).
 
 
This Q&A was based on information contained in the Treasury Department’s October 13, 2020, version of “Paycheck Protection Program Loans, Frequently Asked Questions on PPP Loan Forgiveness,” which may be updated from time to time.  This CARES Act / SBA / PPP Loan Forgiveness-related issuance may be found here:  https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/PPP--Loan-Forgiveness-FAQs.pdf
 
 

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