Alaska Small Business Development Center

SBA EIDL deferment period is ending: Are you ready?

October 13, 2022

The deferment period for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) is coming to a close soon, which means many businesses must now begin making loan payments.

To learn how to create an account at, to begin making payments or to get contact info download this PDF slideshow that will walk you through the details:  EIDL Repayment Info will handle all Level 1 actions (what is my balance, when is my payment due, how do I make a payment, what is my payoff, I want to change my email, address, phone number, etc.)  Level 2 requests should be sent to  These will include any other servicing actions (subordinations, collateral change, lien release, death of a borrower, bankruptcy, business closure, etc.).

For assistance or questions, contact the SBA EIDL Customer Service Center at 833-853-5638 or email at:

If you need to connect with your SBDC business advisor feel free to Contact Us.


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