Between 2020 and 2022, the Small Business Administration (SBA) approved nearly 4 million COVID EIDL loans to provide relief to small business owners across the US during the pandemic. Here's how to see all approved EIDL loans including your publicly-available EIDL data. As borrowers make repayments, seek deferment, or file for bankruptcy, now's a good time to double check and see what information the government has on file about you and your business.
All EIDL Transaction Data Shortcuts
- To lookup transactions, click here to go to USASpending.gov for the full database of records. To learn how to filter to see your EIDL information, read or watch the video below.
- To see more EIDL-related and SBA-funding related information, create a free Skip account here. This includes access to in-depth webinars on lowering EIDL payments, filing for bankruptcy, avoiding bankruptcy, getting additional funding, and more.
Why You May Want To Look Up Your EIDL Data
The government has continued to publish EIDL-related data with new information and new formatting. By looking up your business you can check the following:
- Is your business listed?
- Is your business loan information listed correctly?
- Is your business address listed correctly?
- Is there any potential fraud or misinformation related to your loan?
You can search here. Below are the instructions on how to filter to see your business.
How To Look Up Your EIDL Data on the Government's Most Up-To-Date Site
On USASpending.gov, we recommend the following steps to see your EIDL information:
- Under Keyword, type in Economic Injury Disaster Loan
- Under Time Period, select FY 2020, FY 2021, and FY 2022
- Under Awarding Agency, type on Small Business Administration and select the suggested filter
After applying these filters you can click Submit Search at the top and you should see around 4 million EIDL loans listed. These are all the COVID EIDL loans and amounts. Click on any result, or sort by amount or name.
To search for your specific record, under Recipient put in the name of your business (this should be the same name you originally applied with) and click Submit Search again.
You should then see your record. Click on the loan number or name to see all the details related to your EIDL transactions.
Want More EIDL Information?
To see more EIDL-related and SBA-funding related information, create a free Skip account here. This includes access to in-depth webinars on lowering EIDL payments, filing for bankruptcy, avoiding bankruptcy, getting additional funding, and more.