Promissory Note

Promissory Note


Use this promissory note (IOU) to lend or borrow money.  With this form, you can choose from the following types of loans: 

  • installment payments without interest
  • installment payments with interest
  • lump-sum payment
  • interest-only payments (balloon payment)

For a more detailed description of each type of loan, scroll to the bottom of this page and view the Product Details. You can use this form for up to four borrowers.

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Lend or borrow money with this simple form.

A promissory note is a written promise to pay money to someone. Its primary function is to serve as written evidence of the amount of a debt and the terms under which it will be repaid, including the rate of interest (if any).  

Use this promissory note (IOU) form to lend or borrow money. You can choose from one of the four types of loans accessible within this form:

  • Installment loan without interest. The borrower pays off the loan in equal monthly or annual payments over a set time, usually a number of years.
  • Installment loan with interest (amortized). The borrower pays off the loan in equal payments over a set time, usually a number of years, and each payment is applied partly to interest and partly to principal.
  • Lump-sum payment. The borrower pays off the money borrowed, plus interest, in one single payment.
  • Interest-only payments (balloon payment). The borrower makes monthly payments of interest only, and then pays off the entire principal in one lump sum. 

If you are securing the loan with personal property, make sure to print and use the "Security Agreement for Borrowing Money" which is included with this form. (Note that you should not use this form if you are securing your loan with real estate).

This promissory note accommodates up to four borrowers.

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