Marcus Personal Loans

Rate Range*

6.99% - 19.99%

Loan Terms*

3 to 6 Years

$3,500 up to $40,000

Loan Amount Range*

About Marcus By Goldman Sachs Personal Loans

Marcus by Goldman Sachs offers industry-leading personal loans.

Loan Features

Loan Amount

Marcus By Goldman Sachs offers Personal Loans with a minimum loan amount of $3,500 and a maximum loan amount of $40,000.

Loan Term

Marcus By Goldman Sachs offers Personal Loans terms ranging from 3 to 6 Years.

Good For

This loan would be ideal for Good credit individuals who want a personal loan from an industry leader.

Features and Benefits

  • No Fees. Ever. We don't deduct a sign-up fee from your loan amount.
  • Tailored monthly payment options designed to fit your budget.
  • Marcus is backed by Goldman Sachs' 150 years of financial expertise.

Lender Requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old (19 in Alabama and 21 in Mississippi and Puerto Rico)
  • Proof of employment, loan purpose, income and creditworthiness.
  • Valid U.S. bank account and Social Security number or Individual Tax ID Number.

Marcus By Goldman Sachs® Offer Terms and Conditions

Your loan terms are not guaranteed and are subject to our verification of your identity and credit information. To obtain a loan, you must submit additional documentation including an application that may affect your credit score. Rates will vary based on many factors, such as your creditworthiness (for example, credit score and credit history) and the length of your loan (for example, rates for 36 month loans are generally lower than rates for 72 month loans). Only the most creditworthy applicants qualify for the lowest rates and largest loans amounts. Your maximum loan amount may vary depending on your loan purpose, income and creditworthiness. Your verifiable income must support your ability to repay your loan. Marcus by Goldman Sachs® is a brand of Goldman Sachs Bank USA and all loans are issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch. Applications are subject to additional terms and conditions.

Income Disclosure

List your total available income including wages, retirement, investments, and rental properties. You are not required to disclose income that is alimony, child support or separate maintenance unless you want to use that income to qualify for a loan. If applicable, include self-employment salary. For total commission earnings, provide an annual average. Increase non-taxable income/benefits by 25%.