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What is the typical schedule for SBA payments?

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Debtors with loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration submit monthly payments, notes the department's official website. The maximum length of an SBA real estate loan is 25 years. The maximum term on equipment loans is 10 years, and working capital loans may be as long as seven years.

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The Small Business Administration uses the principal and interest, borrower's ability to repay, purpose of the loan, and useful life of the financed asset to determine the amount of monthly payments. As of 2015, loans have fixed or variable interest rates, may or may not require collateral, and may or may not involve a penalty for paying off early, explains SBA.gov.

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