For an Amortization Schedule on the Loan Analysis Calculator, you can switch the “Period Number” to “Start Date” by clicking on it and then your amortization schedule will have payments dates on it which you can adjust based on when you want the first payment to be.Read More
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On the Loan Analysis Calculator, if you want to show skipping a payment on the loan payback, go the the middle and click the “compare” button, then you skip payments or change them on the blue lines.Read More
On the Loan Analysis calculator, you can title each of the loans (in addition to changing the title on the title bar) by right clicking on “loan 1” or “loan 2” and typing in 30 year mortgage and 15 year mortgage etc.Read More
Using the Loan Analysis Calculator to show difference between a 15 and a 30 year mortgage payment if applied to PUA.
How do we show what the difference between a 15 and a 30-year mortgage payment would look like if applied to a PUA (paid up addition) on a life insurance policy? Using the Loan Analysis Calculator we can see that when the savings rate and loan rate are the same, the gross costs of each mortgage are identical to each other when properly measured over the same time frame. However, when the mortgage interest deduction is taken into account, the longer mortgage has less cost. In order to show the differenceRead More
How can I get an amortization schedule? We’ll use the Loan Analysis calculator in the www.truthconcepts.com software to print a 48 month amortization schedule for a $35,000 loan to be paid back at 6.5%. The picture below only shows until month 24, but the rest is there below in the actual software when you click the scroll bar. Next, we’ll select the from the Alternate Payback section a button to the right of Annual Loan Rate to see what happens if we paid the loan back at 10% instead ofRead More
Truth Concepts Loan Analysis calculates amortization schedules and the benefit of paying back loans under various scenarios and different rates and compare two loans for deductible and non-deductible loans. Here is a tip for the Loan Analysis Calculator: Always put the lower interest rate payback first in the “Annual Loan Rate” box as that reflects the actual loan information, then put in the alternate rate, time period or payment amount in the “Alternate Payback” panel on the right of each “loan box”. Click “Period Number” Box to change from sequentialRead More