We add our money into the bank loan, at 1 percent.
Our son has said he will get a bank loan if necessary.
It took about one and a half years to pay off the bank loan.
With a £15,000 bank loan he worked to turn the company around, selling it just three years later for £1.3 million.
They established a $100,000 line of credit and took out a $21,000 bank loan.
They welcome the idea, and take a bank loan to fund the business.
For example, when an individual takes out a bank loan, they are charged interest.
Bank loans are cheap but usually last only three months.
But clearly very many more potential users think that bank loans would be difficult.
The other 25 percent is being financed with a bank loan.
"There is a significant amount of outstanding bank borrowings and junk bonds," he said.
The current proposal does not require any bank borrowing.
The proceeds, in addition to another $100 million or so of bank borrowings, will be used to buy out the designer's stake.
After all, the discount rate only applies to short-term bank borrowing.
The purchasers are also taking on board £748,000 of Kemps' bank borrowings.
At the same time, companies that are having trouble selling new bonds are turning instead to more bank borrowing.
Will the profits of the business be enough to pay back bank borrowing?
Of this, 25 per cent would come from a share issue in 1990 or 1991 and new bank borrowings.
The increment was set to allow the small business to cover late payments by bank borrowings.
Meanwhile, another source of cash - bank borrowing - has become steadily less attractive.