Loan Application FormCFNF Loan Application Form (Word doc)
Cash Flow Worksheet
Cash Flow is king, and critical for your business. If you are completing a cash flow worksheet as part of a loan application talk with your loan adviser about the best way to get full value from this spreadsheet. For most businesses we recommend the Cash Flow Worksheet, but for some businesses the Basic Cash Flow version may also work.
Read this document before starting your Cash Flow:Cash Flow Instructions
This is a basic Cash Flow template that will work with older versions of Excel:Basic Cash Flow
We recommend this version of the Cash Flow template for most businesses (Excel doc):Cash Flow Worksheet
Business Plan Guide
The Community Futures Business Plan Guide includes the sections and questions you need to cover in your plan. Most business start-ups will use the CFNF Business Plan Guide, but if you are completing the business plan as part of a loan application for less than $20,000, you may be able to use the CFNF Micro Business Plan. For an existing business that has been profitable for the past two years, you may be able to provide us with an abridged business plan. Talk with your loan adviser about which business plan option is best for you. The Business Plan Guide can be downloaded as a PDF or as a Word document.
Downloadable DocumentsIf you are a small business owner or you are thinking about starting a business you may find some of these documents useful.
The 4-H Youth Loans Program provides financial support to members of 4-H Clubs by loaning money for the purchase of marketable livestock – beef, swine, sheep, or other projects approved by the 4-H Organization.The loan is for a maximum of $1,500, and is intended for the duration of the project to a maximum of 12 months. If paid on time the loan is interest free. For more details download the 4-H application form, or contact our office.CFNF 4H Loan Application Form