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Last Updated on: 13th October 2023, 02:04 am
So you‘re thinking about applying for a PPP loan, or you already got one. That’s great! The Paycheck Protection Program has thrown a lifeline to tons of small businesses during COVID. But with all that easy government money floating around, some folks are tempted to fudge some details on their application. I totally get it – times are tough, and you just want your business to survive. But let me give you a friendly warning: Don’t do it!
Committing PPP fraud can land you in a mess of legal trouble.I want to walk you through exactly what kinds of charges you could face if you get caught lying on your PPP application. My goal here isn’t to scare you, but to give you the facts so you can make smart choices. Let’s dive in!
First, what kinds of fibs on a PPP application could be considered fraud? Here are some of the big ones:
Ok, so now you know what not to do if you want to stay on the right side of the law. But what happens if you do commit some PPP fraud?
While the CARES Act itself doesn’t spell out penalties for PPP fraud, prosecutors can come after you using other federal laws. And they are – the Department of Justice is actively investigating and charging people who lied to get PPP loans.Some of the potential criminal charges include:
Yikes! As you can see, the penalties for PPP fraud are no joke. We’re talking serious fines and years behind bars.
On top of potential prison time, if you’re convicted of PPP fraud, you’ll have to repay all the loan money you received. And if you already got your loan forgiven, you‘ll owe that amount too.This can easily add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars or more! Not only will you have a criminal record, but you‘ll be buried under a mountain of debt.
Finally, being charged and convicted of PPP fraud will destroy your reputation. Customers won‘t want to do business with you. You may not be able to get loans, credits cards, or other financing in the future.And if you own a licensed business, like contractors or real estate brokers, you are likely to lose your license after a fraud conviction.
Ok, say you already fibbed a bit on your PPP application, and now you’re worried about getting caught. Here’s my advice:
The rules around PPP loans can be really confusing, especially in the beginning.
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