Act Now.  March 28 is the last day for $10k to $20k of government loan  forgiveness

The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) is an initiative of the Government of Canada.  The official Government website is ceba-cuec.ca

National Bank of Canada

National
CEBA Refinancing Average Meter

The Refinace Meter shows how likely you are to receive a loan from this financial institution.  It assumes that you don’t have the money to repay the loan and have an average credit score.

If you don't have the funds to repay the CEBA loan by January 18,2024, to qualify for the loan forgiveness, National Bank of Canada will consider extending a business loan to customers that meet their credit criteria.

How to Repay

Here are the steps to follow to start repaying your loan:

Sign in to Internet Banking Solutions for Businesses.
Select Manage billers/beneficiaries.
Add COVID-19 – CEBA-CUEC as the biller, and enter the 16-digit account number indicated on your statement.
Then pay the loan as a bill payment by selecting COVID-19 – CEBA-CUEC as the biller.
You can also visit your National Bank branch with your CEBA statement in hand. The necessary details can be found in this statement or in your welcome letter.

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