How much do you want to borrow?90,000
Weekly Payment Amount$424.00
The Business Backer
Small Business Loans
Financing designed to meet the everyday
needs of small business owners.
Finance With a Lender That Understands Your Needs
Running a small business takes determination and hours of hard work. It's why we crafted our small business loans to help you spend less time worrying about financing and more time driving your business towards success.
The Business Backer's small business loans are term loans, meaning you get a lump sum payout that you pay back over a set repayment period, plus interest and any fees. Our application and decision process takes just minutes, and we make sure you have the flexibility to choose the repayment schedule that best fits your small business's finances.
Time in Business
Applying will not impact your credit score
Why Choose Alternative Financing Over Traditional Bank Financing?
Have simple qualification requirements
Have a fast application process
Require little paperwork
Offer same-business-day funding*
Cater to new businesses open for at least 1 year+
The Business Backer is an alternative online lender. That means we are not a traditional lender, like a bank, and that we operate primarily online. Unlike traditional bank financing — which often has stringent requirements and a weeks- to month-long application and funding process — alternative lenders can offer a faster and smoother funding process.
Our online application takes just minutes to fill out and requires minimal documentation — just three recent months of bank statements. If approved, you can sign your contract and have funds delivered to your bank account within 24 hours.*
Breaking Down the Cost of a Small Business Loan
This is an example of the costs that are a part of every small business loan we fund.
One-time fee that will be deducted from your loan proceeds.
Instead, we actually discount non-accrued interest for early payoffs. And if you happen to need additional financing before paying off, we'll waive the unpaid interest from your first loan.