How to manage customers' Earnings in Lending (Loans Management)

Hello everyone!
I am working as a private money lender. I borrow money from some people, I offer them some interest, then I lend the money to others with higher interest. With ERPNext Loan Management (now is “lending” - a standalone app) I could manage the money I lend out to people. But I don’t know how to manage the money I borrow from the others, and it looks like ERPNext Loan Management doesn’t have such feature yet. Please anyone if you are facing the same problem or have any experience in this field please share your experience. I appreciate all answers.
Thank you so much!

This is what I got from ChatGPT:

As a private money lender, it’s important to have a comprehensive system in place to manage both the money you lend out and the money you borrow from others. While ERPNext Loan Management may not have a built-in feature specifically for managing the money you borrow, there are several options you can consider to address this issue. Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Separate Accounting System: You can maintain a separate accounting system to track the money you borrow. This could be as simple as using a spreadsheet or utilizing accounting software like QuickBooks or Xero. You can record the details of the borrowed funds, including the lenders, interest rates, repayment terms, and any other relevant information.

  2. Customization: If ERPNext allows for customization or integration with other applications, you may be able to customize the Loan Management module or integrate it with another module that handles the borrowing side. You can consult with a developer or the ERPNext community to explore such possibilities.

  3. Dedicated Loan Management Software: Consider using a dedicated loan management software that provides comprehensive functionality for both lending and borrowing activities. There are several commercial loan management software options available in the market that can handle both sides of your business. Research and evaluate different solutions to find one that suits your specific requirements.

  4. Manual Tracking: If you have a limited number of lenders and borrowings, you can opt for manual tracking using spreadsheets or other tools. Create a system where you record the details of each borrowing transaction, including the lenders, interest rates, and repayment terms. Regularly update and reconcile this information to keep track of your borrowings.

Remember, it’s crucial to maintain accurate records and ensure compliance with relevant regulations when managing borrowed funds. If you’re unsure about any legal or financial aspects, it’s advisable to consult with a financial advisor or attorney who specializes in lending and borrowing activities.