SBA Loan Calculator

This SBA loan calculator will help you determine the monthly payments and total interest you'll pay for a SBA loan.
Modify the values and click the calculate button to use.
Monthly payment
Total interest paid
Total principal paid
Total repaid over 120 months

This SBA loan calculator can be used to calculate your monthly payment along with the total interest you will pay on the loan. To use this calculator, enter in the loan amount, the interest rate, and the number of years or months you will be paying off the loan. This calculator assumes the interest compounds monthly.

Understanding your SBA loan calculator results

Monthly payment: This is how much you will pay toward your loan each month. It includes principal and interest repayment.

Total interest paid: The interest amount you’ll pay over the lifetime of the loan depends on the interest rate. Interest rates for solar loans usually range from 6% to 36%. Your credit score, income, existing debt, and other factors determine what interest rate you get. People with high credit scores and little debt often get the lowest interest rates.

Total principal paid: This is the original loan amount.

Total repaid: This is the amount you’ll pay by the end of the loan, which includes the loan principal and interest.

What are SBA loans?

Business loans are a type of financing provided to businesses to help them grow, expand, or cover operational costs. There are many different types of business loans available, each with its own terms and conditions. The most common type of business loan is a term loan, which is typically used for capital expenditures or to finance the expansion of a business. Other types of business loans include lines of credit, SBA loans, and equipment financing.

SBA loans are some of the most affordable loans available to small businesses. The maximum amount for an SBA loan is $5 million. The interest rates on SBA loans are generally lower than those for conventional bank loans, and the terms can be up to 25 years. SBA loan guarantees also make it easier for small businesses to get financing.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a federal agency that provides financial assistance to small businesses. One of the ways the SBA helps small businesses is by guaranteeing loans made by private lenders.

The SBA does not lend money directly to small business owners. Instead, it provides a guarantee to lenders that protects them against loss if the borrower defaults on the loan. This guarantee allows lenders to offer loans to small businesses that they might not otherwise be able to offer.

The SBA offers several different loan programs, each with its own eligibility requirements and terms. The most common type of SBA loan is the 7(a) loan, which can be used for a variety of purposes, including working capital, equipment, and real estate.

Qualifying for an SBA loan

To qualify for an SBA loan, you must first apply with a participating lender. The SBA does not approve or deny loans; instead, it sets guidelines for participating lenders to follow. Once you have applied for an SBA loan, the lender will review your application and make a decision based on their own criteria.

If you are approved for an SBA loan, you will be required to sign a promissory note and personal guarantees. These documents outline the terms of your loan and your responsibility for repaying it.

How are SBA loans repaid?

SBA loans are typically repaid over a period of 10 years, but longer repayment terms may be available depending on the purpose of the loan and the amount borrowed. Interest rates on SBA loans are generally lower than those offered by traditional lenders because of the government guarantee.

If you are unable to repay your loan, the SBA may take action against you personally or seize your assets in order to repay the debt. For this reason, it is important that you only borrow what you can afford to repay and that you have a solid plan in place for how you will use the funds from your loan before taking out any financing.