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An unsecured promissory note (fully amortized) is a promise to pay back a loan when there's no collateral, and it'll be repaid in equal installments that have different proportions of interest and principal.Create now
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Who it's coming from
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Who it's going to
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Know the time period and schedule for loan repayment.
What's an Unsecured Promissory Note (Fully Amortized)?
A promissory note is an agreement to pay back a loan. Unsecured means that the loan is not secured by security or collateral. "Amortized payments" means the borrower will pay down the interest and principal of the loan in equal installment payments, but different proportions, until the total amount is paid. Initially, the borrower will be repaying a higher percentage of interest, and later a higher percentage of principal, although the payment amount remains the same.