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Understanding the Concept of Borrowing Money

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  1. Understanding the Concept of Borrowing Money

  2. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! • CCSS.ELA Literacy.RST.11‐12.2 Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or information presented in a text by paraphrasing them in simpler but still accurate terms. • CCSS.ELA Literacy. RST.9‐10.2 Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; trace the text’s explanation or depiction of a complex process, phenomenon, or concept; provide an accurate summary of the text.

  3. Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Standards Addressed! • CRP.09.02. Implement personal management skills to function effectively and efficiently in the workplace (e.g., time management, planning, prioritizing, etc.). • CRP.09.02.01.c. Evaluate opportunities to apply personal management skills into daily tasks and responsibilities.

  4. Bell Work - STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Explain what a lender looks for in a borrower. • What are the good characteristics of a lender. • Explain the concept of establishing credit. • How do you calculate the cost of credit.

  5. Terms • Add-on interest • Collateral • Credit rating • Interest in advance • Lender • Percent per month • Simple interest

  6. Interest Approach • How would you approach a bank loan officer for an auto loan? • What questions should be asked?

  7. Lender • A lender is an institution or individual who loans money to qualified barrowers.

  8. What does a lender look for in a borrower? • Good character-often times lenders will ask for character references. • Financial position of the borrower is important. • Listing of assets, debts, etc. to determine financial standing. • Must prove the capacity to repay the loan. • A monthly budget is often viewed.

  9. Collateral • Property that will be taken if repayment is not made. • Real estate and vehicles usually act as collateral for home mortgages and car loans.

  10. What should a borrower look for? • A borrower must feel comfortable with and trust the lender. • “Does this lender have a good reputation in the community?” • Examine lending policies. • Consider permanence of the lending institution. • Consider total Cost of the loan. • Shop around, there are differences and special lenders for agriculture businesses.

  11. Steps to obtaining good credit • Open a checking account to demonstrate the ability to manage money. • Open a savings account to show a good record and provide collateral. • Buy an item on a payment plan to show the willingness to pay. Purchase of a vehicle is often the easiest way to establish a credit rating. • Apply to a department store or gasoline company for a credit card. Make small purchases and pay for them when the bills come. Pay off credit cards each month if possible.

  12. Problems paying bills? • When difficulties are encountered in paying bills in a timely manner, it is best to contact the lender to discuss alternative plans for repayment.

  13. What cost are involved with credit • The annual percentage rate (APR) is the interest charge on the loan per year.

  14. Simple Interest • Simple interest is a method of calculating interest charges on the outstanding balance for the number of days the money is used.

  15. Calculating Interest • If you borrowed $1,000 for one year at 7% interest, you would expect monthly payments of $89.17, ($1,000 x 1.07 ÷ 12). • If you paid the loan off after the first payment you would pay $916.67 [$1,000 - ($1,000 ÷ 12)].

  16. Add-on Interest • Borrower pays interest on the full amount of the loan for the entire loan period. Interest is charged on the face amount of the loan at the time it is made, then the principal and interest are added together and divided equally by the number of payments to be made.

  17. An Add-on Interest Example • If you borrowed $1,000 for two years at 7% interest, you could expect to pay a total of $140 in interest ($1,000 X .07 X 2).

  18. Percent Per Month • Interest is calculated month by month on the unpaid balance. • The charge might be 2 ½ % per month up to $300, 2 % up to$500, 1 ½ % up to $1,000, and 1% over $1,000.

  19. Interest in Advance • Interest is calculated then subtracted from the principal before the borrower actually receives it. • If a borrower took a one-year loan for $1,000 at 7% interest, she would receive only $930 at the start of the loan.

  20. Review/Summary • What does a lender look for in a borrower? • What are the characteristics of a good lender? • What is the concept of establishing credit? • Calculate the cost of credit.

  21. The End!