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Loan Balance When i'm calculating the loan balance, i press 2nd amort and P1=1, P2= 12 and down button, it gives me ZERO! is there something wrong with my setting??? Help pls!! i'm sitting for an exam soon!

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Loan balance is the amount you are expecting to borrow, or the amount you have leftover on a loan if you are calculating the interest rate of the remaining balance. This number is completely up to you, and it provides you with a way to find out how much you can afford to borrow based on the monthly payments you can afford as well. To find out the total amount of cash advance that you will have paid in total by the time the loan is paid off, you multiply the monthly payments by the total months of the loan (loan term years x 12).

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Set your p/y to 12( compounding periods per year). I think you are calculating for a one year loan?

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