U.S. Small Business Administration: COVID EIDL Key Points for Borrowers
COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) deferment periods are approaching an end. As such, business owners must start preparing to make payments. The following are key points and resources for all COVID EIDL borrowers.
Access your loan information
Account balances, interest amounts and payment due dates are accessible via the SBA Capital Access Financial System (CAFS) website.
Borrowers can create a CAFS account via this link - Instructions on how to set up a CAFS account.
Technical assistance is available via the CAFS Helpdesk at 833-872-0502 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Connecticut Non-Profit Borrowers, please contact the SBA Birmingham Servicing Center at Bham.Realty@sba.gov or 800-736-6048 TTY:711 to ensure an authorized user has permission to set-up and access the organization’s CAFS account.
Make a payment
There are several options to make a payment to the SBA.
Request a lien subordination or other servicing actions
Connecticut EIDL borrowers can request an application for SBA consent form via the SBA Birmingham Servicing Center Bham.Realty@sba.gov to:
Business closures or liquidation
For guidance on matters such as an anticipated business closure or liquidation, contact Bham.Realty@sba.gov or 800-736-6048 TTY: 711.