Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

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We appreciate your interest in working with Fund-Ex Solutions Group.

The second round of funding for the Paycheck Protection Program is well underway, and the FSG team is working behind the scenes to help healthcare professionals like you secure a PPP loan.

While we cannot guarantee funding, we are accepting new inquiries, should you meet the following criteria:

  • You have not previously applied for a PPP loan with ANY lender
  • You are not actively working with another lender to submit a PPP application
  • You have not received an SBA loan number (approval) through any lender

If we’re unable to assist you before the second round of funding is exhausted, we will contact you should the SBA extend the program.

PPP features include:

  • Loans can be up to 2.5X the borrower's average monthly payroll costs, not to exceed $10 million.
  • Forgiveness of up to 8 weeks of payroll based on employee retention and salary levels.
  • At least six months of deferral with maximum deferrals of up to a year.

This program would be retroactive to February 15, 2020, in order to help bring workers who may have already been laid off back onto payrolls. Loans are available through June 30, 2020.

Fast funding

1% interest for life of loan

Apply for potential loan forgiveness after funding

No payments on your loan for first 6-12 months

No collateral or guarantee requirements

No fees

Please provide some basic information below.

We'll reach out with additional information and next steps as the SBA Paycheck Protection Program is finalized. There is no need for you to follow up. We will get back to you.

Contact Information

Business Information

Is your business based in the United States?

Was your business in operation on February 15, 2020?

Does your business operate in the food services or hospitality industry?

Does your business have fewer than 500 employees?

Monthly payroll costs **:

**Payroll costs include: employee salary, wages and commissions; payment of cash tips; payment of vacation; parental, family, medical or sick leave; allowance for dismissal or separation; payment required for group health benefits; or payment of state or local tax assessed on employee compensation; and sole proprietor income or independent contractor compensation not in excess of $100,000.

How much do you need to keep your business running?

Additional Information

What will you be using these funds for?

Are you a current Henry Schein Financial Services customer?

Have you ever previously secured a SBA Loan (regardless of whether it was for disaster relief purposes) and been non-compliant with the terms and conditions of the SBA Loan (e.g., unsatisfactory loan repayment history)?