InFirst Bank is participating in the new round of PPP funding.Updated January 11, 2021
SBA (Small Business Association), in consultation with the U.S. Treasury Department, opened the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loan portal on January 11, 2021. For all information regarding PPP Loans including criteria, applications, and FAQ's please go to sba.gov
Our entire team is ready to help small business owners navigate the PPP process. If you need assistance with your PPP loans, please contact us at (800)349-2814.
Applications can be dropped off at any InFirst Bank branch with the attention addressed to: Rachel Staley.
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