Update March 29, 2021: Small-business owners now have until May 31, 2021, to apply for a first- or second-draw loan through the Paycheck Protection Program. Lenders will have until June 30 to process outstanding PPP applications. For the latest information, read our PPP page.
If you’re in the market for a small-business loan, using a business loan calculator can help you determine the loan’s affordability before you apply.
Enter the loan amount, loan term and estimated annual percentage rate to find out your monthly payments and total interest costs. Then view business loan options based on your credit score.
Business loan calculator
Understanding your calculated results
Monthly payment: This is the fixed amount you’ll repay each month and includes principal, interest and fees.
Total payments: This is the sum of all the payments to be made on the loan, which includes the amount you've borrowed, plus interest and fees.
Total interest paid: The total interest paid represents what the lender is charging you for the loan. If you repay early, you may be able to save on interest.
APR: This number represents the true annual cost of the loan and makes it easier to do an apples-to-apples comparison between products. Some lenders do not provide APR and instead give a general interest rate that does not include any fees.
APR for business loans depends on your credit score and your business’s finances, including annual revenue and time in business.
Frequently asked questions