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# Mrs. dizon owned a bank 28,764 including interest , if mrs. dizon plans to pay the bank in 12 equal monthly installment , how much should she pay for each month?

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### What is the formula to figure 4% daily on 380,000.00 ? Or on any amount ?

so 380,00000 X4/100 X 1 year
it calculated as the amount ( premium ) multiplied by the percentage of 100 multiplied by the period in years or parts of a year
so it can be 100 X 25% or 1/4(25/100) by the period (5 years or daily (1/365 of a year)
This is known as simple interest
compound interest is calculated on remaining premium after payment X the interest rate by the day or week or month
so for example 100 X 4/100 X 1/12 is the first calculation for the month and for the next month the calculation will be premium of 80 ( if a 20 payment was made in the month X 4/100 X 1/12 and so on if payment are made on time
pm the other hand if no payment are made then the premium goes up by the interest rate
so for the next month it is 104 X 4/100 X 1/12 and the month after that 108.16 X 4/100 X 1/12.and so on
banks use compound when calculating home loan repayments and simple interest when paying interest on your deposits
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A mortgage is a type of installment loan.

The repayments may be made against the principal (the amount loaned), principal plus interest (most common arrangement), or some other agreement.

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T-Mobile's new JUMP! upgrade service offers you the option to pay a \$10 monthly fee, which includes handset insurance, to then have the option to upgrade your device twice per year for no additional fee. The fee is separate from an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP), which lets you purchase a phone with little money down and the rest of the cost spread out over 24 monthly payments. When upgrading a device, you must return your current device to T-Mobile in order to move on to the new one.
Although this new plan does offer the ability to upgrade your phone potentially every 6 months, we break down the cost over 12 months with just 1 upgrade in order to keep it consistent with AT&T's plan, which we'll detail next.
The breakdown of T-Mobile charges after a year is as follows:
• \$150 down for the handset
• \$20 per month EIP x 12 months = \$240
• \$10 per month JUMP! fee x 12 months = \$120
• Total at 1-year trade-in = \$510

### AT&T Next

AT&T Next is more of an all-in-one package, which combines both the upgrade features of JUMP! with the EIP program that T-Mobile offers separately. With Next, you purchase a phone by agreeing at the start to pay 20 equal monthly payments which in the end total the full off-contract/unsubsidized handset price. For example, the Galaxy S4 retails for \$640, so the monthly payment is \$32. After 12 months of payments, you then have the option to return the working device to AT&T and have the final 8 monthly payments wiped out, letting you then purchase a new handset for \$0 down and with 20 new payments.
Next only allows you to upgrade once per year, and while it does not carry an additional monthly fee like JUMP! it also does not include handset insurance. For the breakdown below, we've included AT&T's \$7 per month handset insurance to even the playing field a bit.
Again, the breakdown of charges after a year:
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As we noted, there are a few differences between these upgrade schemes. First up are the upgrade cycles -- T-Mobile will offer you two upgrades per 12 month period, while AT&T only offers 1 per year. T-Mobile's more frequent upgrades come at no additional cost, however, meaning that an upgrade at 6 months costs the same as at 12 months. This means that you can trade in that Galaxy S4 for an HTC One after 6 months, and swap even once more if you want before AT&T offers you the first and only upgrade of the year.
The flip side is that T-Mobile charges a monthly fee for the ability to upgrade, whereas AT&T simply charges the handset price. That is almost a wash if you choose handset insurance on AT&T, but in the end it is optional. As we noted above, T-Mobile requires a down payment for most handsets, whereas AT&T bakes the price into the monthly payment instead. In both cases, you're agreeing to buy the phone for a full off-contract price, and simply have the option to return it before you've paid it off to get a new one -- in essence, you're renting a phone.
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