If you obtained a Covid EIDL loan and your business is struggling financially, you may be able to compromise the debt for less than what is owed on behalf of your business. Traditionally, the SBA’s policy has been “compromise negotiations with an Obligor on a Disaster Business Loan should not be initiated until after the business is closed.”
However, in response to the huge volume of Covid EIDL loans, the SBA has issued a new offer in compromise (OIC) form that suggests the SBA may be entertaining OICs for a business that is still active. The form identifies the necessary documentation that a business should submit for the OIC.
It is unknown at this time what the SBA will do with such OIC submissions as they have not made any statements or issued any guidance as to OICs on Covid EIDL loans submitted on behalf of a business.
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