Can I manually enter details for a loan if my loan provider is not listed?

I cannot find a way to manually create a loan entry. I can only find a connection wizard that asks me to identify my loan provider from a list of connected companies. Unfortunately, my loan provider is not in the list.

Since I cannot automatically connect to my loan provider, I would like to manually create a loan entry. I can manually provide all of the financial data required to calculate loan information. I can provide the initial loan date, the amount borrowed, the current balance, payment due date, months remaining, interest rate, and any escrow details. I realize that this may result in an approximation of the loan's outstanding balance rather than the exact figures that a loan provider could directly provide, but I would rather have an approximation than a missing entry.

Is there a form I can use to manually create a loan entry?



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