Constant Amount Applied to Principal

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Constant Amount Applied to Principal
Constant Amount Applied to Principal
In most loans and mortgages, the amount of payment applying to interest and principal depends on the running balance. This program assumes the customer wants an equal portion to apply to principal each payment. As a result, the payment itself, principal and interest, will vary. The simple algorithm to amortize this loan is this: For K=1 to N: Int = Bal * I%รท100 Tpmt = Int + CPMT Bal_k = Bal_(k1)  CMPT where: Bal = balance of a loan PV = loan amount CPMT = amount to be applied to principal each payment I% = interest rate Int = interest calculated for payment K Tpmt = total payment for payment K HP Prime Program CPYMT The result of CPYMT is a four column matrix with rows: k, interest in payment k, total payment k, resulting balance. Keep in mind that program asks for periodic interest rate. Code: Code:
Example Five year loan of $10,000 where the lendee requests an equal amount of principal to be applied each annual payment ($2,000 a year). The loan rate is 6.99%. Inputs: N = 5 I% = 6.99 PMT = 2,000.00 LOAN = 10,000.00 Result: Year 1: Interest: $699.00; Total Payment: $2,699.00; Balance: $8,000.00 Year 2: Interest: $599.20; Total Payment: $2,559.20; Balance: $6,000.00 Year 3: Interest: $419.40; Total Payment: $2,419.40; Balance: $4,000.00 Year 4: Interest: $279.60; Total Payment: $2,279.60; Balance: $2,000.00 Year 5: Interest: $139.80; Total Payment: $2,139.80; Balance: $0.00 Source "Constant Payment to Principal Loan" HP41 User's Library Solutions: Lend/Lease/Savings Hewlett Packard. November 1980 

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