PPP Loan Data — Roger D Pelissier, Wellesley, MA
Roger D Pelissier is a sole proprietorship located in Wellesley, Massachusetts that received a Coronavirus-related PPP loan from the SBA of $25,000.00 in January, 2021.
The company has reported itself as a male owned business, and employed at least one person during the applicable loan loan period.
PPP Loan Information
Loan Status:Ongoing Loan
Lender:Cambridge Trust Company
Roger D Pelissier in Wellesley, MA received a Paycheck Protection Loan of $25,000 through Cambridge Trust Company, which was approved in January, 2021.
The minimum number of employees this company must have had in 2019 to qualify for the loan range received is 1. This estimation is accurate if all employees were paid at or over the $100k PPP salary eligibility cap.
Reported PPP Proceed Usage:
On the PPP application, Roger D Pelissier reported intending to use the proceeds of their PPP loan for the following expenses:
- Payroll: $24,998
- Utilities: $1
Business Information - Roger D Pelissier in Wellesley, MA
* Full address is redacted to protect the privacy of individuals.
Photography Studios, Portrait
NAICS code 541921
Business Owner Demographics
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Gender: Male Owned
Veteran Status: Non-Veteran
Business Age: Existing or more than 2 years old
LMI Zone: N
Rural / Urban: Urban
Similar Companies near Wellesley
In the Wellesley area, 6 businesses in the "Photography Studios, Portrait" industry received a PPP loan. These local businesses reported an average of 4 employees (compared to this company's 1) and received an average PPP loan of $45,848 (compared to this company's $25,000).
Similar Nearby Businesses Who Received PPP Funding:
Eric Barry Photography, LLC
Portrait Simple Of Massachusetts Inc
Industry PPP Comparison Statistics
Nationwide, 37,991 businesses in the "Photography Studios, Portrait" industry received a total of $597.82M in PPP loans. This industry in total received less than 1% of the total PPP funding distributed.
PPP recipients in this industry report an average of 2 employees, 100% higher than Roger D Pelissier's reported 1 employees, and received an average PPP loan of $15,736, 37% lower than this company's loan of $25,000.
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Footnotes & Information
1. Estimations for informational purposes only. Payroll and salary estimates assume the borrower used the standard PPP calculation of 2.5 x average 2019 monthly payroll costs to determine PPP loan eligibility. Calculation methods vary based on entity type. Please read the latest official SBA PPP calculation rules for a full explanation of PPP loan amount calculation methods.
2. If a company's reported number of employees divided by the maximum PPP range amount per the SBA is greater than $100,000, the estimated maximum PPP loan received by the company can be adjusted down to assume no more than $100,000 yearly salary per employee was used in the PPP application. While employees at the company may earn more, $100k / employee is the maximum amount that can be used in PPP eligibility calculations.
3. Since the PPP eligibility will include a maximum of $100k in salary expenses for each employee in the qualifying period, the minimum number of employees required to be eligible for a given PPP loan amount can be calculated by the following equation: ((LOAN AMOUNT/2.5 months) * 12 months) / 100k max salary. If a company reports fewer employees than this amount on their PPP application, it is likely because they had more employees on payroll during the qualifying period.
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