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If you are an existing MVSB business loan customer, please contact your business lender at your earliest convenience.
Due to the high volume activity, we are able only to accept refinance applications from our existing business loan customers. It is important to us that we provide the highest level of service to you and we hope to be able to provide non-customer refinances in the near future.
Every business needs a ready supply of capital to succeed. Whether you need money to fund a start-up, expand an existing business, upgrade equipment or property, increase inventory, or simply continue operations during seasonal slowdowns, Meredith Village Savings Bank has options that work for you.
Our Business Team will work closely with you to find solutions to suit your venture. We understand business. We also understand the challenges and rewards of doing business in New Hampshire.
Call us, and we’ll come to you to discuss the options that best suit your needs including:
When you choose to partner with Meredith Village Savings Bank, you get our undivided attention. Together, we can decide what lending program might work best for you.
Looking to expand your business? Need cash for a new company vehicle? High-speed, high-performance computers for the office? At MVSB, we understand that regardless of what you need financing for, you probably need it sooner, rather than later.
With an ezbusiness Loan from MVSB, your business will have access to the funds it needs in no time! Enjoy a simplified application process, along with these other benefits:
Through our partnership with FirstBankcard, a division of First National Bank of Omaha, we offer a variety of business credit cards to meet your needs. Separate your business and personal expenses while you enjoy:
Learn more or apply now to enjoy this wide range of benefits.
If you’re thinking about starting a business, let’s discuss your plan and funding needs. First, however, you should get some items ready. Visit the links below before we begin exploring business loans for guidelines on how to write a clear and concise business plan.
Effective May 11, 2018, new rules under the Bank Secrecy Act require financial institutions to collect identifying information for the following individuals EACH time an account is opened for certain business customers:
If you are opening an account on behalf of a business, you may be required to provide the appropriate documentation and to certify that this information is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Click here for more information or for a copy of our Beneficial Owner Certification Form.
We are very pleased to let you know that we can start accepting applications for new First Draw and Second Draw PPP Loans, beginning Tuesday, January 19, 2021. We encourage all eligible MVSB business customers to apply. SBA and Treasury officials have offered assurances that there are sufficient funds to meet expected demand, so please take the time to fully complete and document your application before submitting.
You may be eligible regardless of whether or not you received a PPP loan in 2020. Please note there are differences between the two types of PPP loans:
Preparing for your PPP application
If you believe you will be eligible for this new round of PPP funding, now is the time to pull together required documents and supporting information.
You will need to provide payroll documentation to support your application, for either 2019 or 2020, depending on which year you choose for your payroll calculation:
If you are self-employed and want to include owner profit or draw as part of your payroll cost calculation, you will need to provide 2019 or 2020 business income tax schedules, depending on which tax year you select for the payroll calculation. Submit one of the following based on your business type:
If you are applying for a Second Draw PPP Loan, you will also need to provide documentation to verify your business experienced a 25% or more decline in gross revenues in 2020 relative to 2019. You will need to provide one of the following:
Now that you are ready…it’s time to apply!
SBA Interim Final Rule – dated January 6, 2021
Thank you for your continued business. We look forward to helping you obtain your PPP Loan.
Due to the high volume activity, we are able only to accept Payment Protection Program applications from our existing business customers. It is important to us that we provide the highest level of service to you and we hope to be able to provide non-customer PPP applications in the near future.