The federal government has released a list of all recipients of its small business loan program. The list includes the specific loan amount and the number of jobs that each business said the loan would save.
The Paycheque Protection Program was created to help small businesses cope with the payroll as the coronavirus hammered large swathes of the country’s economy. Previously, the Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration had only released the names of companies that had received more than $ 150,000 and had not provided specific dollar amounts.
Below you will find all the companies in Mass. on the list. However, the list leaves a few questions: Some companies did not say they saved any jobs with the loan, but the aim of the program was to keep people employed. Also, not all businesses have taken out the loans on offer, and in some cases, a business may have repaid the loans, which is not shown in the list below.
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If you have any concerns about the PPP money listed below including possible errors or fraud, please send an email [email protected] or dial 617-929-7483.
Documents from the Associated Press were used in this report.