LOS ANGELES, CA (PR Newswire) September 16, 2017: YourSBA.com, Inc. SBA loan calculator tools get its 100,000th user."Just as we're set to release version 2.0 of our new business debt refinance calculator to include a handy working capital tool, we hit our 100,000th user. All I can say is 'thank you!'"— Michael Baumann, CEO & Founder
Debt Refinance with SBA loan calculator determines savings by replacing high-interest debt, consolidating debt and financing balloon payments with a low-interest SBA 7(a) loan. SBA loans offer lower interest rates and longer terms to decrease your monthly loan payments and improve your cash flow. You can use these savings to apply for additional funds for a variety of uses to grow your business such as working capital, inventory, equipment, advertising, employees, and more. See how much you can save per month by refinancing your existing debt. The calculator will use these savings to determine how much additional expansion capital you may qualify for as a result of the savings.
YourSBA.com increases your chance of being approved for a small business SBA loan by 500%. Find out how much you qualify to borrow and receive an instant pre-approval with no credit check. If you’re somewhere in the process of applying for an SBA loan this iPhone app is essential. Free, easy and secure. Includes our popular SBA Loan Calculator, Business Loan Calculator, How Much Can I Borrow Calculator, Total Funding Calculator, SBA Loan Scenario and more.
How much can I borrow with an SBA loan to buy a business? How much can I borrow to expand my company? How to use an SBA loan to buy a business? How to buy out your partner with an SBA loan? How to buy a building with an SBA loan? Now, you can easily find out.
YourSBA.com offers small business financing using funds from your retirement account — for free. YourSBA.com will offer 401(k) and IRA rollover financing at no charge to users of its easy-to-use and free SBA lending platform, YourEdge™.
LOS ANGELES, CA (PR Newswire) UPDATED: DECEMBER 2, 2016 - Many speculate the Federal Reserve is set to raise the base interest rate for banks. What will be the impact on SBA lending?We will follow this story for our clients, business…