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It is the capital multiplied by the interest rate (in %) divided by 100.

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What is the yearly interest payment on a 32500 loan having an interest rate of 7 percent calculate as simple interest?

32500 is 325 "hundreds" so 7 times that ie 2275 is your annual interest.


What calculates the payments for loan based on constant payment at a constant interest rate?

Simple interest.


When Valentina invested 6500 in a savings account with a yearly interest of 4 for 7 years how much simple interest did she earn?

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Does ms have interest on late child support payment?

Yes, 3% simple


Compare and contrast simple and compound interest?

Simple interest is calculated on the original principal amount only. Accumulated interest from prior periods is not used in calculations for the following periods. Simple interest is normally used for a single period of less than a year, such as 30 or 60 days. Compound interest is calculated each period on the original principal and all interest accumulated during past periods. Although the interest may be stated as a yearly rate, the compounding periods can be yearly, semiannually, quarterly, or even continuously.


How do use the words annual and yearly in one sentence?

"An annual payment is a payment made on a yearly basis."


How are Interest Payments made to the Investors in case of a Corporate FD?

The Interest payment is usually made depending upon the Investors choice. They can opt for Monthly or Quarterly or Half-Yearly or Annual Interest Payments. The company will declare upfront the mode of interest payment. It will either be through cheques mailed out the investors address or through ECS into the investors bank account.


Why is the APR considered the most important factor to be mindful in a car loan?

The APR or annual percentage rate is important, because it the percentage of interest that will be paid yearly. The interest adds more money on top of the car payment.


How much interests is on 4 million dollars?

That depends on the interest rate. If the interest rate is 1%, the interest is 40,000 dollars yearly. If it is 2%, the interest is 80,000 dollars yearly, etc.


What is the average mortgage payment on 130000?

I don't think there is a such a thing as an average mortgage payment on any given dollar amount. The principal and interest payment depends on several factors besides the loan amount, primarily the interest rate and loan term(length of the loan). To keep it simple, a 130,000 mortgage at 4.5% for 30 years would be $658.69 for your principal and interest payment. If you could afford to do a 15 year loan, at the same interest rate, the monthly payment would be $994.49 and you would save nearly $60,000 in interest. If you change the interest rate, the payment could change significantly also.


What is the simple interest on 3 500 at 9 ยฝ percent for 1 ยฝ years?

You have failed to tell us to what period of time the 9½% interest is applied - is it Yearly, Monthly, Daily (if only - I can but dream). I will guess that it is 9½% APR simple interest. With Simple Interest, the interest is gained only on the capital and not any interest reinvested. → 1 year's interest is 9½% of 3500 = 9.5/100 × 3500 = 332.50 → 1½ years interest = 1½ × 1 year's interest = 1.5 × 332.50 = 498.75


What is a simple mortgage calculator?

A simple mortgage calculator is a tool used to calculate mortgage payments. It simplifies the compound interest process to give users a single payment number.


Why is there more interest paid at the beginning of a loan period than at the end?

In a simple interest loan, you are paying interest on the amount of money you have borrowed in each payment period. When you make a payment, a certain amount of it goes to repay the loan, reducing the principle. In the next payment period, your interest is being calculated on a smaller amount borrowed. In the first payment, you are paying interest on the entire amount borrowed. In the next payment, you are paying interest on the amount borrowed minus the principle amount from the first payment. That's why paying extra principle early in the life of a loan can make a big difference in the time it takes to pay it off. In a 30 year home mortgage for example, in the first year the principle will be reduced by about the amount of one month's payment. If you make an extra payment toward the priniciple equal to one month's payment, you will have effectively gained an entire year in the retirement of the loan.


What is the difference between a complex and a simple interest?

With simple interest the interest is only charged on the original loan. This is least favourable to lenders - if a payment is missed, only interest on the original loan is added. If extra interest is paid off, or an interest payment is missed, the total interest for a year remains the same. With compound interest, interest is charged on the original loan and [unpaid] interest - each month no repayment is made the interest increases as the interest is effectively added to the loan: lenders like this as they are automatically "re-lending" the unpaid interest. Complex interest is a type of compound interest in that for the duration of the loan repayments are made so that with each payment, the interest accrued so far is paid off and some of the capital is also paid off. The net effect of this is to reduce the loan outstanding each month so that the amount of interest due each month also decreases - if the same amount is paid back each month over the course of the loan the initial payments are mostly interest and the final payments are mostly loan. Examples: £5,000 borrowed for 5 years at 10% APR. Loan to be paid off after 5 years. Simple interest: total interest paid is 5 x £5,000 x 10% = £2,500 Compound interest: (1.1)^5 x £5,000 - £5,000 = £3,052.55 Complex interest: (monthly payment set to clear loan at end of 5 years): Monthly payment = £5,000 x (1.1)^5 x ((1.1)^(1/12) - 1) / ((1.1^5 - 1) ≈ £105.18 → Total interest = £105.18 x 12 x 5 - £5,000 = £1,310.80 (this slightly overpays by about 17p due to rounding) In this case the first payment is £39.87 interest and £65.31 loan, the last payment is 83p interest and £104.18 loan [and 17p excess due to rounding])


How do you treat interest on advance payment of tax in financial statements?

there is no interest on advance payment of tax


What is the simple interest paid on 3000 pounds at 3.5 percent yearly after 5 years and how much if the interest was compounded showing work for both answers?

Simple interest of £3000 over 5 years: 3000*0.035*5 = £525 Compounded interest of £3000 over 5 years: 3000*(1.035)^5 -3000 = £563.06 rounded to the nearest penny


How much interest only payment can one pay for a home equity line of credit?

The amount of the interest payment depends on two things which are, the loan amount and the interest rate. Normally, if your payment is set up to pay interest only then the amount of the payment would be the total amount of interest earned in one month.


What is the calculation for a simple compound interest rate?

There is simple interest and there is compound interest but this question is the first that I have heard of a simple compound interest.


What is the Formula for simple interest rate?

The answer for rate in simple interest is =rate= simple interest\principle*time


How does one collect their accrued interest?

Accrued interest is obtained when the payment is received to the borrower. When the payment is received, interest is then realized and deposited into your account.


How much will Pauline pay in interest if she takes out a simple interest loan with a principal of 3900.00 at 7 2 percent for 3 years?

Assumption: "7 2" is actually 7.2 Simple interest is simple. All you do is multiply the principal by the rate to get the yearly amount of interest. Therefore, 3900 times 7.2 is the same as $3900 x 0.072 = $280.80 per year interest. Since its over 3 years, just multiply by 3. Therefore, you get $280.80 x 3 = $842.40 in interest.


How would the total payment on a 5-year loan at 3 percent annual simple interest compare with the total payment on a 5-year loan where one-twelfth of that simple interest 0.25 percent is calculated?

In the first case you will get 1+3%*5 = 1.15 times the capital. In the second, you will get 1+0.25%*5 = 1.0125 times the capital


How would a balloon payment effect interest on a loan?

how would a balloon payment effect interest on a loan