PPP Loan Support
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The PPP Forgiveness Process
At American National Bank, we’ve developed a proprietary forgiveness tool that makes the PPP forgiveness process easier for our clients. If your banker hasn’t reached out to you already, please contact them to get the process started today.
As you move forward through this process, we encourage you to regularly visit the Treasury website regarding PPP and watch this video of American National Bank President, Jason Hansen, as he shares his thoughts on PPP Forgiveness.
Below you’ll find links to various other resources on the process and we ask that you read these documents and articles as you work with your banker through the forgiveness process.
PPP Forgiveness Process Update (as of 10.08.2020)
SBA Frequently Asked Questions About the PPP Process (updated regularly)
About the Process
Supporting documents are needed for permissible expenses. These supporting documents are required at time of application and will be reviewed by the bank.
The SBA has three forms 3508, 3508EZ, and 3508S. Please consult your legal counsel and/or accounting professionals, in addition to your banker, for assistance in determining which form is needed for forgiveness on your loan. All of these forms are available within ANB’s proprietary forgiveness tool.
The SBA is allowed 90 days to make their decision after the bank submits the completed application. ANB will communicate without clients during the process as the applications move through the SBA queue.
Support For All
Important message regarding COVID-19 preparedness at American National Bank:
American National Bank has been, and will continue to, actively monitor developments regarding the potential spread, and impact of the coronavirus with guidance from relevant authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization and U.S., state and local government entities. We feel it is imperative to limit face-to-face interaction until we have assurances from our local health departments that the virus is contained with no further risk of community-related spread.
American National Bank thanks you for your understanding and patience during this unprecedented time. We appreciate the trust you place in us and want you to know that the health and safety of our clients and employees is our top priority. We view the implementation of this change in access as part of our contribution to maintaining a strong and healthy community.
We remain committed to providing the highest level of service with multiple layers of protection for our most important assets: our people, information security and cash flow. Below, you’ll find information regarding our operations during this time. Please contact a branch, your banker, or our customer service line if you have any questions.
If you're experiencing financial hardship, please visit this page for help
Branch Lobbies are Closed,
Drive Thrus are Open
Our branch lobbies are closed to unscheduled walk-in traffic with the exception of select branches in the Southeastern Nebraska community. Please check our locations page for the latest updates and see below for current precautions in place:
- For safety, all other lobbies remain closed to unscheduled walk-in traffic.
Appointments are welcome and encouraged.
- Drive thru service is open an encouraged.
- Mobile banking is there when you need it.
The following lobbies are open in Nebraska:
- Humboldt (707 4th St.)
Mobile and Online Banking Services
Services will be fully available via our mobile and online platforms*, as well as from our drive-thru windows, Teller Connect**, and ATMs. Please check the ‘Locations’ tab for access points nearest to you.
Download our mobile apps‡ here:
*Need to enroll in online banking? Visit our online banking enrollment page for more information.
**Only available in Nebraska/Iowa
‡If you bank with us in Minnesota, please visit this page for more information on your mobile banking app.
In the event you need to meet in person, we invite you to contact your local branch or banker or click here to make an appointment. We request that you follow the CDC guidelines of self-screening to personally evaluate yourself to determine if you could be at risk by exhibiting any of the symptoms related to the virus. Visit www.cdc.gov for more information.