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Re: Do I Need To Pay Down The Loan To Zero Once Every...
It is in your interests to do just that even if not earlier
outstanding debt accrues interest on a daily basis and is a big reason why people are in financial trouble
Rolling credit although good is more expensive because of the ongoing interest being charged
make your money work for you and not for the bank
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depends on how often you pay off principle and how much dollars.
and how often you are charged interest.
fv=pv*(1+interest rate)^n n being the term of interest
so lets assume you pay zero off it and interest is calculated daily
interest = fv - pv
= 95.21 for one year without repayment
if you were to pay approx 25.15 a week you would pay this loan in 5 years time and pay approx $240 in total interest over five years
EXCLUDING future interest rate increases over the five years and excluding bank fees like account fees or account manage fee or setup a loan fee.
You could create a spreadsheet each day and calculate the interest as annual interest / 365 for the daily calculation
Then add the account fee onto the balance calc + any set up fee onto the start balance. by using =a$5 for the repayment on all rows as an example you can copy it down and the cell number will always be a$5
this way you can alter a5 and the repayment alters all the way down each week row.
or just download a template for excel
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Depending what company you are with most will let you make extra payments. Some people spend money on going out to eat or buying coffee each day Well put the money you spend for coffee and lock it in a place and once a month put that on your loan. Coffee at two dollars a cup every day means over seven hundred dollars a year. Some people can save over a thousand dollars a year or more that way.
Also if you can pay twice a month the interest cost goes down as well. Even if you split your payments to twice a month your interest is cheaper than if you make a full payment once a month. Even weekly payments is better. The secret is if you come into extra money DON"T blow it. Pay down your debt.
refinance your loan through another bank and do not have a joint account as this gives the bank to grab more money not only from your partner but from you as well.Loan from another bank is the answer and pay this one off...
Get advice from an accountant is another option.You might pay just a $100 to get financial advise but will be saving thousands.
Once you're in the TVM solver: On the top line (N=) type in 5 * 12 ENTER for five years of month payments. On the I% lline type in 5.5 / 12 ENTER for the month interest rate. On the PV line type in 18000 ENTER Make sure the FV is 0 and END is highlighted on the bottom line. Move the cursor to the PMT line and press ALPHA [SOLVE] (that's ALPHA ENTER) and see -343.82 for the monthly payment.
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