It's 11/12 percent of whatever principle you still owe.
The annual compound interest rate is 18 percent.
3% for 4 years is equivalent to 12% of the principal, in this case 12 x 9.5 which is 114.
18.90currency as an interest..
Principle = 10,000/-Interest Rate = 0.08Tenor = 5 YEARSValue of deposit on maturity = Principle X (1+Interest Rate) ^ Tenor= 10,000 X (1+0.08)^5 = Rs 14,693.28
It is a fixed rate of simple interest.
Principle: is the beginning amount of money that is deposited or owed. For instance, you deposit $100 or you take on a loan that is worth $100. The $100 is your principle amount. Interest: Is the cost of borrowing. The higher principle, the higher interest payment you will have to pay because the interest due is a percent of the Principle.
Savings account interest rates can vary depending on where you're banking. These can rand from 2 percent all the way down to .65 percent. This also depends on where you have your account and how long you've had it for or if you open an account up during these interest rate deals.