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Meredith Wood

Meredith Wood

Editor-in-Chief at Fundera
Meredith Wood is the editor-in-chief at Fundera. She has specialized in financial advice for small business owners for almost a decade, and is sought out frequently for her expertise in small business lending. Meredith’s advice has appeared in the SBA, SCORE, Yahoo!, Amex OPEN Forum, Fox Business, American Banker, Small Business Trends, and more. Email: meredith@fundera.com.
Meredith Wood
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Whenever you take on a new small business loan, it is important that one of the first things you look at is the loan amortization schedule. A business loan amortization schedule makes it easy to see how much each of your loan payments will be, including both the principal and interest. Not only does this help you identify when the loan will be paid off, but it will also help you budget for this new expense. Adding a loan payment on top of your other business expenses is never easy, but knowing exactly what you are going to be paying and when will help relieve some of the burden.

Download our Loan Amortization Schedule if your loan has or will have monthly payments.

Meredith Wood

Meredith Wood

Editor-in-Chief at Fundera
Meredith Wood is the editor-in-chief at Fundera. She has specialized in financial advice for small business owners for almost a decade, and is sought out frequently for her expertise in small business lending. Meredith’s advice has appeared in the SBA, SCORE, Yahoo!, Amex OPEN Forum, Fox Business, American Banker, Small Business Trends, and more. Email: meredith@fundera.com.
Meredith Wood

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