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Tip: You can duplicate (copy) and reuse SBA forms for payments made while you were logged in.

  1. Sign In.

  2. Click MAKE A PAYMENT at the top of your My Account page.

  3. Look at the Find a Form list.

  4. Under Small Business Administration (SBA), click View all SBA forms.

  5. Find your payment in the list. The most common is 1201 Borrower Payments.

  6. Click the Continue to the Form button.

  7. The Before You Begin page opens.

  8. Prepare your payment information. You will need:

    • The name and mailing address of the borrower.

    • The SBA Loan Number.

    • The amount you will pay.

    • Your payment method (credit card, bank account, etc.) including the account number.

      The Before You Begin page lists accepted methods.

  9. Complete the SBA form.

    Tip: Do not use special characters ($, %, &, etc.) or punctuation (. , : etc.). For example, do not use periods. Type PO for P.O. box numbers. Abbreviate streets as St (no period after the t).

  10. Click the Continue button.

  11. Complete the Payment page. Required information is marked by an asterisk (*).

  12. Choose a payment method (for example, a checking account).

  13. To schedule a series of automatic payments, select Schedule recurring automatic payments.

    1. Fill in the required payment method information, such as the bank or credit card account number.

    2. Click the I want to set up recurring payments button.

    3. Select how often you want payments to be made (frequency).

      • Weekly — payments will be charged every 7 calendar days starting with the date of your first payment.

      • Biweekly — payments will be charged every 14 calendar days starting with the date of your first payment.

      • Monthly — payments will be charged on the same day of every month starting with the date of your first payment.

      • Quarterly — payments will be charged every 90 calendar days starting with date of your first payment.

    4. Type in the number of automatic payments you will make. For example, one payment a month for 10 years is 120 payments.

  14. Click the Review and Submit Payment button.

  15. Review your payment.

  16. To have a confirmation (receipt) emailed to you, check I would like to receive an email confirmation of this transaction. Then type in your email address and confirm it.

    Tip: To send the receipt to additional addresses, type the addresses in the CC: and separate them with commas (address1, address2, address3).

  17. Read the Authorization and Disclosure Statement.

  18. You MUST check I agree to the Pay.gov authorization and disclosure statement or your payment will not be accepted.

  19. Click the Submit Payment button.

  20. Save or print (Print Receipt link) the confirmation page. It is your receipt until you do not receive the emailed copy.