Financial Planning through Business Loans
Every individual in the entire world is in the race of becoming successful. There are two major ways through which one can nature his or her finances, savings and investments. Savings is on sure way through which one can be exact in relation to where he or she will be in a given period of time. Where one, for example, decided to be saving $5000 per month, one can consequently have up to $60000 by the end of the year. There are high chances that one’s investment will be higher than those of the person who saves in the long run. The predictability of savings make many individual opt to save but forget that investment tends to make one net worth even bigger.
Individuals who invest enjoys a higher proportion of returns in form of profits while those who save tend to enjoy a lesser proportion in form of interests. As one invests more in a business, the bigger the chances of that business realizing even bigger profits and hence growing even bigger. As a result, most individual prefer acquiring a loan where they finance the business, and then pay back the loan using the profits combined with their other sources of income.
An individual who invests $6000 a month may have a loan of $100000 which he or she would then plan to repay in installments of $8000. Most individuals will pay the loan with the money they have been injecting into the business and some of the profits acquired from the new and bigger business. While one pays the loan using the amount he or she was using to fund the business, one can also add some of the profits to fund the business and use the rest of the profits to reinvest into the business in question.
As the profits grow, he or she has two viable decisions to make. One can either opt to pay the minimum amount to the bank and reinvest the rest of the profits into the business or decide to pay the bank first and then embark on reinvesting the profits into the business. When one decides to pay the bank bit by bit, there are chances that the interest will be more than it could have been where one paid in a shorter period. One can easily oust the amount earned by the loan as interest by reinvesting in the business and paying the minimum amount to the bank in terms of the loan he or she owes the bank.
It would, therefore, be wise to ensure one evaluates the two options and settle for the best. It is only through evaluating the cost-benefit of each and every move to come up with the best option. By evaluating the two, one can also inject repayment to the bank and see the effect the move has on the business in question.
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