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MONTHLY PAMENTS , TOTAL PAMENTS, TOTAL INTEREST FOR CAR LOAN?0Eleane2012-09-04 09:09:02
14,750 purchase price and interest rate loan 8.50 length of 4 years and 48 months
Car loan with $350 monthly payment. Total of 60 monthly peyments. Interest rate 1.20%. How much am I borrowing?1Hi everybody2012-11-05 11:43:06
to buy the car? Thanks so much for the help
I owe a total of $30,000 in credit cards and loans how can I consolidate all this to one monthly payment.?0Manic Psycho 2012-09-18 04:07:04
I owe a total of $ 30,000 in credit cards and loans , how I can consolidate all this into a single monthly payment . ?
What's going to be the total INTEREST paid on my $19,301 Car Loan?1khado2012-10-05 04:20:03
Hi! I bought a used car for 14,500. With the guarantee , such a gap and it cost me 16,301 and charge a finance charge of 3.000 . I got so damn well confusing . I had made a cover for the distributor so I had to buy the car as soon as possible because my blender one died on me . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The APR is 7.9 % I do not understand what this means . How much interest will I pay ? What is the rate of 3,000 funding ?
Where can I find a mortgage calculator that calculates the total cost for your home based on monthly payments?1college student2012-10-04 10:10:02
I have no problem finding regular mortgage calculators online , where you enter in the loan amount , interest rate , etc. , and gives an estimated monthly payment . But I'm looking for one that works in reverse . I want to enter the monthly payments , interest , the number of years , etc. and get the total cost of housing ( the amount you end up paying after 30 years) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I'm a little inexperienced with financial mathematics . I have to use this for a math project , however , so any help would be appreciated .
If I take out a 10,000 car loan for 6 years and the interest rate is 4%, how much total will I pay?1abbey road2012-10-04 04:09:02
I'm not good at math , but if you do normal payments of six years at 4% interest the total amount of interest paid ?
How much of the total repayment is interest?0Adriana2012-10-15 23:59:21
If I took a loan of
Approx. what would be the total interest on an $80,000 home loan at 6% for 15 years?0shanaid2012-10-14 11:15:24
Trying to figure out how much you would save if you pay cash for a $ 80,000 home instead of getting a mortgage for 15 years at 6% .
If I have a 200 cash advance loan and to pay it off completely the total is 274 is that to much interest?6tricica2012-09-11 13:20:02
If I have a cash advance loan and 200 to fully repay the total is 274 , is that the interests of both ?
Is there a calculator online that I can use to figure out how much interest is due on a loan. The total was 54?1Yuni2012-09-22 22:43:02
Is there an online calculator you can use to calculate the amount of interest due on a loan. The total was 5493.92 percent on April 1 . With payments of 124.00 .
Can I pay my Stafford student loans more often and pay less total interest?0Savannah2012-08-07 06:58:02
I have several options for paying my student loans . 1) I could set up weekly automatic payments with my bank (not give them more money than a monthly payment plan ... only pay more often). I suspect this will so I'll pay less total interest on the loan . I think Stafford loans accrue interest daily simple. 2) I could set up automatic monthly payments with the loan servicer . They give a reduction rate of 0.25% to do so. My loans are currently at 6.8 %. I am established in the repayment plan of 10 years. I have some loans with another service provider, but these loans are ~ U.S. $ 20,000. Any help is appreciated. Thank you !
Did I calculate my total interest rate correctly?0Voh2012-09-27 18:37:02
I'm trying to figure out the total interest rate I am paying my student loans so you can search for a consolidation loan with a competitive price . I actually have 8 credits in amortization , most of which have different rates and balances . What I did was to calculate the annual interest paid on each loan , the results add to a total interest paid annually , and divide the result by my principle outstanding. That times 100 gave me a reasonable fee percentage resonance . Basically I 'm trying to do a weighted average here . Is my thinking correct?

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