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If you received an SBA PPP loan, you need to contact your bank/lender to find out specific information regarding loan forgiveness. Because banks and lending institutions handled the PPP loan, a specific bank may require different information. 

I just viewed an hour and half video from my bank about the PPP Loan forgiveness applications, and it was a little overwhelming.  For me, I will seek outside help with this. 

Just perform your due diligence. 

Any feedback from anyone would be appreciated.  

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