You’ve decided that it’s about time to increase your inventory production as you’ve been selling everything that’s being distributed in your stores. Or it’s possible that you’ve been doing studies that a new store should be set up in provincial locations as more and more demands for your product are being consumed in those areas.
You’ve made the necessary studies yourself and the plans on addressing your concerns seems to be beyond the current cash you have. In this case, you’ve decided to take on a business loan to help you fund the increase in inventory or expanding to other locations. But the main concern is how much should you really loan for.
One of the steps you will need to take is to study your business plan. Identify the expansion you need and most probably (and hopefully) these expansion and growth was captured in your initial business plan. If not, then you will need to make a plan that regards about the business expansion.
When there is a need to create a new plan, the advantage would be an accurate set of numbers based on your current operation. This will help you identify how much your expenditure would be for the action you need to take for expanding your business. Knowing what you will need to spend for is very critical in the business plan as your purchases should provide a return for capital.
Once you’ve identified the goal or need, you should be able to estimate the amount you will need to spend. Always remember that as a rule of thumb when getting a fast cash loan, avail of the minimum loan based on what your goal or need is. Having a minimal amount would allow you to have small interest yield which would not be too far away from the principal. If your loan is big, the interest payment that you need to pay would be also high.