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Loans & IOUs

Amortization ScheduleAn Amortization Schedule outlines the amount of time it will take to pay off a debt, such as a loan or mortgage, by calculating and listing the amount of interest and principal that make up each payment.Demand LetterA Demand Letter is sent out to request payment or action, which is in default, from another party. It describes the payment or action that is being claimed and how it should be resolved.Financial Statement (Personal)A Personal Financial Statement is used to present an individual's financial situation in a clear and organized manner.Hold-Harmless (Indemnity) AgreementA Hold Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement allows one party to protect another party against any future losses or claims that may result from a particular activity.Indemnity AgreementA Hold Harmless (Indemnity) Agreement allows one party to protect another party against any future losses or claims that may result from a particular activity.Loan AgreementA Loan Agreement sets out the terms of a loan between individuals, corporations, or between an individual and corporation.Personal/Corporate GuaranteeA Personal or Corporate Guarantee is a contract where an individual or corporation (guarantor) agrees to be responsible for the debt or obligations of another individual or company (debtor) in the event the debtor defaults on its obigations owed to a third party, such as a lender, landlord or creditor, in a guaranteed contract.Promissory NoteA Promissory Note is an enforceable promise for a borrower to pay back a loan or debt to a lender.Release/Waiver AgreementA Release/Waiver Agreement is an enforceable promise not to proceed with a legal claim in exchange for money or other compensation.Shareholder Loan AgreementA Shareholder Loan Agreement is used when a corporation is borrowing money from one of its shareholders; a shareholder is lending money to its corporation; or a corporation owes money to a shareholder (for salary etc.) and the parties need a record of the payment for tax purposes.

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