Business Funding Applications


Up to $200,000


4 – 18 Months


Up to $200,000

Payment Options:

Daily, Weekly or Semi-Monthly Payments


$5,000 – $100,000


1 – 2 Years

Actual offers vary based on your application information and lender.

Apply for Business Loans

If you’ve never applied for a business loan before, there are a few steps you’ll need to take before you submit your application. Following the general steps below can help increase the likelihood of getting approved for the working capital your business needs.


Determine the type of loan you want to apply for:

Before anything else, research the different types of loans available to you. For example, if you’re a small business owner, you might want to look at business lines of credit or long-term loans.


Look at different lenders that offer that type of loan:

Once you’ve determined the kind of loan you want to apply for, look for business lenders that are offering that particular loan. Review each lender’s rates and terms, especially APR and repayment options, and compare all the options.


Determine your possible eligibility:

Closely review the lenders’ qualifications. If there are qualifications your business will not meet, move on to the next lender. Save your time by applying only with lenders whose qualifications you can meet.


Fill out and send in your application:

The final step will be completing and submitting applications to the lenders of your choice. As a small business owner, you’ll need to have various information about your business in order to fill out the applications, like how long your business has been open and what your annual profit margins are.

Business Loan Application Checklist

If you’re ready to fill out your business loan application, use the following checklist to make sure you have all the information you need at hand.

  • Business details (address, phone number, etc.)
  • Loan amount desired
  • Reason you require funding (business plan)
  • Balance of debts
  • History of business loan applications
  • Personal credit report
  • Property lease
  • Business credit report
  • Income tax returns
  • Personal financial statements for anyone with 20% stake or more in your business
  • Bank statements, including, but not limited to, income statements, cash flow, balance sheets, etc.
  • Records of accounts receivable and payable
  • Collateral
  • Contracts with third parties
  • Business license
  • Franchise agreement (if applicable)
  • Articles of incorporation (if applicable)
  • Personal credit report
  • Resume

How The Business Backer Can Help

The Business Backer is dedicated to providing small businesses with tailored funding solutions to fit their individual needs. Having helped thousands of small businesses across the country, we’re confident we can help you reach your business goals.

We’ll also match you with one of our Funding Advisors who will work closely with you, learning about your business and your financial goals. They’ll help find you the best financing solution possible.