CALCULATE YOUR MONTHLY REPAYMENTS

Enter how much you’d like to borrow to see your monthly repayments.

I'd like to borrow ($5k to $50k)
and pay off my loan in (years)

A shorter term means higher repayments (as they're spread over less years). A longer term means lower repayments, but more interest paid by the end of the loan term.

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by making repayments every

Quickbiz Loans only have a monthly repayment option at this time

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with an interest rate that's

A fixed rate means your loan's interest rate and repayments will stay the same for the loan term. Redraw won't be available. 

Variable rates are not available for this product.

Fixed Variable not available

Important information

Important information

Repayments are indicative only. When calculating repayments we’ve made a number of assumptions which may affect the accuracy of the amounts shown.

They include:

Time of calculation:

We've calculated everything based on the information and figures available as at the date the calculation is made.

Interest rate used:

On the day of calculation the fixed interest rate of 13.85% per annum was used for and applied throughout the loan. We do this as we can't predict what rates will do in the future.

Interest and repayment cycles:

Repayments are payable and interest is charged, monthly and on the same day.

To calculate monthly interest, this calculator calculates your annual interest charge and divides it by 12 so that interest is spread evenly across each month. Under your contract, the interest calculation takes into account the actual length of each month so it’s slightly different.

Fees:

There are no upfront or ongoing fees but economic costs may be payable if you terminate the loan early.

Advice:

Any advice contained in this calculator has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on any advice in this calculator, NAB recommends that you consider whether it is appropriate for your circumstances.

Other:

We have rounded amounts -- with most results being rounded to the nearest dollar.