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Do you have a question about financing that’s not answered on loans.org? If so, then we want to hear about it! Use the form below to ask any loan-related question you might have. It doesn’t matter if your question is about home mortgage loans, cash advances, college financing, capital for starting a business, car loans, or money for personal use. We will take each and every inquiry we get and forward them to one of our professional, in-house writers, who will then research and answer your...
debt to asset graphs
Our debt-to-assets calculator is designed to help prospective borrowers find out whether or not they’ll be considered a good applicant for a small business loan. When lenders look at an applicant’s credentials, one of the most important influential factors is a borrower’s existing debt. If a lender gives money to a borrower with a high amount of debt, that lender’s money is at greater risk since the borrower has multiple payments to juggle. However, the actual dollar amount of outstanding debt...
bar graph showing profit
Do you want to start your own company but aren’t sure whether or not your idea is profitable? Our business loan calculators are the perfect tools for discovering whether or not an idea, business plan, or business model would serve as an effective and profitable undertaking. To begin your research, try using our simple business loan calculator to the left. This basic commercial loan calculator helps borrowers estimate what kind of monthly payment they can expect to make on a particular...
business man counting profit
This gross profit calculator is meant to give small business owners a look into how much money they’re making after factoring in their costs of the product or service they’re selling. By filling out both the total profit brought in through sales and the total cost of whatever product or service a company is offering, users can quickly see the amount of profit (or lack thereof) that they’re generating. For instance, if a business owner is bringing in $10,000 a month selling a product that he’s...
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