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How do you calculate the dollar cost of a loan When the loan is 14500 for 20 days with an annual rate of 12?
Dollar cost of loan = Amount borrowed x interest rate x (days loan is outstanding ? days in the year (360)) 14.500 * 12%*(20 / 360) = 96.67
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The interest is 5 X 0.09 X 14500 = 6525.
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You have a single payment loan for 10500.00 for 123 days at 15 percent annual interest. Calculate interest due and the repayment amount .?
Interest =.15/365*123*10500 = $530.75 (approximate, depends on composite or accumulation terms) Total = $10,500.00 + 530.75 = $11,030.75 (approximate)
You have a single payment loan for 3500.00 for 270 days at 9 percent annual interest. What is the interest amount and the money due at the end of the loan?
Interest =0.09/365*270*3500 = $233.01 (approximate, depends on composite or accumulation terms) Total = $3,500.00 + 233.01 = $3,733.01 (approximate)
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The answer depends on when interest is calculated, how frequently payments are made, the interest rate being charged and the life time of the loan. There are a number of… "interest calculators" available on the Internet that can probably show you the answer - working out the answer from scratch means you'll need to add on the interest for each payment / interest cycle over the 12 months and then you can work out the average. If your using this to calculate your interest then an accurate calculation will depened on how your interest is calculated ie. daily monthly semi-annual, or annual. The simplist answer is take the balance of the loan at the end of each month, add them together and then divide by 12
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