Basic Financial Mathematics
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Interest
Simple Interest
Compound Interest
Fixed Payment Loans
Loan Value
Payment Value
Number of Periods
Fixed Monthly Savings
Total Savings
Achieving a Savings Target
Months to Achieve a Savings Target
Variable Payments Loan
Loan Value with Aritmethicly Variable Payments
Loan Value with Geometricly Variable Payments
Savings With Variable Quotas
Savings Value with Aritmethicly Variable Payments
Savings Value with Geometricly Variable Payments
Loans With Deferred Payments
Loan Value
Quota Value
Number Payments
Constant Perpetuity
Calculation of Present Value (Monthly Payments with Linear Variation)
Basic Data:
1. Monthly Payment:
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Do not use decimals. Example: 5000000
2. Number of Months:
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Integer number. Example: 24
3. Monthly Interest Rate:
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You can use decimals, separated by coma or period. Example: 2,53
4. Gradient:
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Do not use decimals. Do not use minus sign - Example: 5000000
5. Gradient Type:
Increasing Payments
Decreasing Payments
By César Alejandro Guerrero For SmartGigas.com