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Using excel, I hope to find a formula to calculate finance payments with the option to include a residual payment as well as the option of the initial payment being made at the start of the loan or at the payment interval after commencement of the loan, eg if the interval selected is monthly, then the payments are calculated to begin 1 month after the commencement of the loan. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thank you

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