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Define the monthly payment amount or time period to pay off a loan with a set term or fixed payment with our free payment calculator.

Result

Monthly Payment: $1,186.19

You will need to pay $1,186.19 every month for 15 years to payoff the debt

Time Required to Clear Debt: 15 years

Total of 180 Payments: $213,514.20

Total Interest: $63,514.20

Interest

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15 yr

# BEGINNING BALANCE INTEREST PRINCIPAL ENDING BALANCE
1 $150,000.00 $7,343.51 $6,890.77 $143,109.23
2 $143,109.23 $6,990.96 $7,243.32 $135,865.91
3 $135,865.91 $6,620.38 $7,613.90 $128,252.02
4 $128,252.02 $6,230.84 $8,003.44 $120,248.58
5 $120,248.58 $5,821.37 $8,412.91 $111,835.67
6 $111,835.67 $5,390.95 $8,843.33 $102,992.34
7 $102,992.34 $4,938.51 $9,295.77 $93,696.56
8 $93,696.56 $4,462.92 $9,771.36 $83,925.20
9 $83,925.20 $3,963.00 $10,271.28 $73,653.92
10 $73,653.92 $3,437.50 $10,796.78 $62,857.14
11 $62,857.14 $2,885.11 $11,349.17 $51,507.97
12 $51,507.97 $2,304.47 $11,929.81 $39,578.16
13 $39,578.16 $1,694.12 $12,540.16 $27,038.00
14 $27,038.00 $1,052.54 $13,181.74 $13,856.26
15 $13,856.14 $378.14 $13,856.14 $0.00
# BEGINNING BALANCE INTEREST PRINCIPAL ENDING BALANCE
1 $150,000.00 $625.00 $561.19 $149,438.81
2 $149,438.81 $622.66 $563.53 $148,875.28
3 $148,875.28 $620.31 $565.88 $148,309.41
4 $148,309.41 $617.96 $568.23 $147,741.17
5 $147,741.17 $615.59 $570.60 $147,170.57
6 $147,170.57 $613.21 $572.98 $146,597.59
7 $146,597.59 $610.82 $575.37 $146,022.22
8 $146,022.22 $608.43 $577.76 $145,444.46
9 $145,444.46 $606.02 $580.17 $144,864.29
10 $144,864.29 $603.60 $582.59 $144,281.70
11 $144,281.70 $601.17 $585.02 $143,696.68
12 $143,696.68 $598.74 $587.45 $143,109.23
Year 1 End
13 $143,109.23 $596.29 $589.90 $142,519.33
14 $142,519.33 $593.83 $592.36 $141,926.97
15 $141,926.97 $591.36 $594.83 $141,332.14
16 $141,332.14 $588.88 $597.31 $140,734.83
17 $140,734.83 $586.40 $599.79 $140,135.04
18 $140,135.04 $583.90 $602.29 $139,532.75
19 $139,532.75 $581.39 $604.80 $138,927.94
20 $138,927.94 $578.87 $607.32 $138,320.62
21 $138,320.62 $576.34 $609.85 $137,710.76
22 $137,710.76 $573.79 $612.40 $137,098.37
23 $137,098.37 $571.24 $614.95 $136,483.42
24 $136,483.42 $568.68 $617.51 $135,865.91
Year 2 End
25 $135,865.91 $566.11 $620.08 $135,245.83
26 $135,245.83 $563.52 $622.67 $134,623.17
27 $134,623.17 $560.93 $625.26 $133,997.91
28 $133,997.91 $558.32 $627.87 $133,370.04
29 $133,370.04 $555.71 $630.48 $132,739.56
30 $132,739.56 $553.08 $633.11 $132,106.45
31 $132,106.45 $550.44 $635.75 $131,470.70
32 $131,470.70 $547.79 $638.40 $130,832.31
33 $130,832.31 $545.13 $641.06 $130,191.25
34 $130,191.25 $542.46 $643.73 $129,547.53
35 $129,547.53 $539.78 $646.41 $128,901.12
36 $128,901.12 $537.09 $649.10 $128,252.02
Year 3 End
37 $128,252.02 $534.38 $651.81 $127,600.21
38 $127,600.21 $531.67 $654.52 $126,945.69
39 $126,945.69 $528.94 $657.25 $126,288.44
40 $126,288.44 $526.20 $659.99 $125,628.45
41 $125,628.45 $523.45 $662.74 $124,965.71
42 $124,965.71 $520.69 $665.50 $124,300.21
43 $124,300.21 $517.92 $668.27 $123,631.94
44 $123,631.94 $515.13 $671.06 $122,960.88
45 $122,960.88 $512.34 $673.85 $122,287.03
46 $122,287.03 $509.53 $676.66 $121,610.37
47 $121,610.37 $506.71 $679.48 $120,930.89
48 $120,930.89 $503.88 $682.31 $120,248.58
Year 4 End
49 $120,248.58 $501.04 $685.15 $119,563.42
50 $119,563.42 $498.18 $688.01 $118,875.41
51 $118,875.41 $495.31 $690.88 $118,184.54
52 $118,184.54 $492.44 $693.75 $117,490.78
53 $117,490.78 $489.54 $696.65 $116,794.14
54 $116,794.14 $486.64 $699.55 $116,094.59
55 $116,094.59 $483.73 $702.46 $115,392.13
56 $115,392.13 $480.80 $705.39 $114,686.74
57 $114,686.74 $477.86 $708.33 $113,978.41
58 $113,978.41 $474.91 $711.28 $113,267.13
59 $113,267.13 $471.95 $714.24 $112,552.89
60 $112,552.89 $468.97 $717.22 $111,835.67
Year 5 End
61 $111,835.67 $465.98 $720.21 $111,115.46
62 $111,115.46 $462.98 $723.21 $110,392.25
63 $110,392.25 $459.97 $726.22 $109,666.03
64 $109,666.03 $456.94 $729.25 $108,936.78
65 $108,936.78 $453.90 $732.29 $108,204.49
66 $108,204.49 $450.85 $735.34 $107,469.15
67 $107,469.15 $447.79 $738.40 $106,730.75
68 $106,730.75 $444.71 $741.48 $105,989.27
69 $105,989.27 $441.62 $744.57 $105,244.71
70 $105,244.71 $438.52 $747.67 $104,497.04
71 $104,497.04 $435.40 $750.79 $103,746.25
72 $103,746.25 $432.28 $753.91 $102,992.34
Year 6 End
73 $102,992.34 $429.13 $757.06 $102,235.28
74 $102,235.28 $425.98 $760.21 $101,475.07
75 $101,475.07 $422.81 $763.38 $100,711.69
76 $100,711.69 $419.63 $766.56 $99,945.14
77 $99,945.14 $416.44 $769.75 $99,175.38
78 $99,175.38 $413.23 $772.96 $98,402.42
79 $98,402.42 $410.01 $776.18 $97,626.24
80 $97,626.24 $406.78 $779.41 $96,846.83
81 $96,846.83 $403.53 $782.66 $96,064.17
82 $96,064.17 $400.27 $785.92 $95,278.25
83 $95,278.25 $396.99 $789.20 $94,489.05
84 $94,489.05 $393.70 $792.49 $93,696.56
Year 7 End
85 $93,696.56 $390.40 $795.79 $92,900.78
86 $92,900.78 $387.09 $799.10 $92,101.67
87 $92,101.67 $383.76 $802.43 $91,299.24
88 $91,299.24 $380.41 $805.78 $90,493.46
89 $90,493.46 $377.06 $809.13 $89,684.33
90 $89,684.33 $373.68 $812.51 $88,871.82
91 $88,871.82 $370.30 $815.89 $88,055.93
92 $88,055.93 $366.90 $819.29 $87,236.64
93 $87,236.64 $363.49 $822.70 $86,413.94
94 $86,413.94 $360.06 $826.13 $85,587.81
95 $85,587.81 $356.62 $829.57 $84,758.23
96 $84,758.23 $353.16 $833.03 $83,925.20
Year 8 End
97 $83,925.20 $349.69 $836.50 $83,088.70
98 $83,088.70 $346.20 $839.99 $82,248.71
99 $82,248.71 $342.70 $843.49 $81,405.23
100 $81,405.23 $339.19 $847.00 $80,558.22
101 $80,558.22 $335.66 $850.53 $79,707.69
102 $79,707.69 $332.12 $854.07 $78,853.62
103 $78,853.62 $328.56 $857.63 $77,995.99
104 $77,995.99 $324.98 $861.21 $77,134.78
105 $77,134.78 $321.39 $864.80 $76,269.98
106 $76,269.98 $317.79 $868.40 $75,401.59
107 $75,401.59 $314.17 $872.02 $74,529.57
108 $74,529.57 $310.54 $875.65 $73,653.92
Year 9 End
109 $73,653.92 $306.89 $879.30 $72,774.62
110 $72,774.62 $303.23 $882.96 $71,891.66
111 $71,891.66 $299.55 $886.64 $71,005.02
112 $71,005.02 $295.85 $890.34 $70,114.68
113 $70,114.68 $292.14 $894.05 $69,220.64
114 $69,220.64 $288.42 $897.77 $68,322.86
115 $68,322.86 $284.68 $901.51 $67,421.35
116 $67,421.35 $280.92 $905.27 $66,516.09
117 $66,516.09 $277.15 $909.04 $65,607.05
118 $65,607.05 $273.36 $912.83 $64,694.22
119 $64,694.22 $269.56 $916.63 $63,777.59
120 $63,777.59 $265.74 $920.45 $62,857.14
Year 10 End
121 $62,857.14 $261.90 $924.29 $61,932.85
122 $61,932.85 $258.05 $928.14 $61,004.72
123 $61,004.72 $254.19 $932.00 $60,072.71
124 $60,072.71 $250.30 $935.89 $59,136.83
125 $59,136.83 $246.40 $939.79 $58,197.04
126 $58,197.04 $242.49 $943.70 $57,253.34
127 $57,253.34 $238.56 $947.63 $56,305.70
128 $56,305.70 $234.61 $951.58 $55,354.12
129 $55,354.12 $230.64 $955.55 $54,398.57
130 $54,398.57 $226.66 $959.53 $53,439.04
131 $53,439.04 $222.66 $963.53 $52,475.51
132 $52,475.51 $218.65 $967.54 $51,507.97
Year 11 End
133 $51,507.97 $214.62 $971.57 $50,536.40
134 $50,536.40 $210.57 $975.62 $49,560.78
135 $49,560.78 $206.50 $979.69 $48,581.09
136 $48,581.09 $202.42 $983.77 $47,597.32
137 $47,597.32 $198.32 $987.87 $46,609.45
138 $46,609.45 $194.21 $991.98 $45,617.47
139 $45,617.47 $190.07 $996.12 $44,621.35
140 $44,621.35 $185.92 $1,000.27 $43,621.09
141 $43,621.09 $181.75 $1,004.44 $42,616.65
142 $42,616.65 $177.57 $1,008.62 $41,608.03
143 $41,608.03 $173.37 $1,012.82 $40,595.21
144 $40,595.21 $169.15 $1,017.04 $39,578.16
Year 12 End
145 $39,578.16 $164.91 $1,021.28 $38,556.88
146 $38,556.88 $160.65 $1,025.54 $37,531.35
147 $37,531.35 $156.38 $1,029.81 $36,501.54
148 $36,501.54 $152.09 $1,034.10 $35,467.44
149 $35,467.44 $147.78 $1,038.41 $34,429.03
150 $34,429.03 $143.45 $1,042.74 $33,386.29
151 $33,386.29 $139.11 $1,047.08 $32,339.21
152 $32,339.21 $134.75 $1,051.44 $31,287.77
153 $31,287.77 $130.37 $1,055.82 $30,231.94
154 $30,231.94 $125.97 $1,060.22 $29,171.72
155 $29,171.72 $121.55 $1,064.64 $28,107.08
156 $28,107.08 $117.11 $1,069.08 $27,038.00
Year 13 End
157 $27,038.00 $112.66 $1,073.53 $25,964.47
158 $25,964.47 $108.19 $1,078.00 $24,886.46
159 $24,886.46 $103.69 $1,082.50 $23,803.97
160 $23,803.97 $99.18 $1,087.01 $22,716.96
161 $22,716.96 $94.65 $1,091.54 $21,625.43
162 $21,625.43 $90.11 $1,096.08 $20,529.34
163 $20,529.34 $85.54 $1,100.65 $19,428.69
164 $19,428.69 $80.95 $1,105.24 $18,323.45
165 $18,323.45 $76.35 $1,109.84 $17,213.61
166 $17,213.61 $71.72 $1,114.47 $16,099.14
167 $16,099.14 $67.08 $1,119.11 $14,980.03
168 $14,980.03 $62.42 $1,123.77 $13,856.26
Year 14 End
169 $13,856.26 $57.73 $1,128.46 $12,727.81
170 $12,727.81 $53.03 $1,133.16 $11,594.65
171 $11,594.65 $48.31 $1,137.88 $10,456.77
172 $10,456.77 $43.57 $1,142.62 $9,314.15
173 $9,314.15 $38.81 $1,147.38 $8,166.77
174 $8,166.77 $34.03 $1,152.16 $7,014.61
175 $7,014.61 $29.23 $1,156.96 $5,857.64
176 $5,857.64 $24.41 $1,161.78 $4,695.86
177 $4,695.86 $19.57 $1,166.62 $3,529.24
178 $3,529.24 $14.71 $1,171.48 $2,357.75
179 $2,357.75 $9.82 $1,176.37 $1,181.39
180 $1,181.27 $4.92 $1,181.27 $0.00
Year 15 End
Result
Payoff 10 years, 10 months
Monthly payment $2,000.00
Total payments $259,256.94
Total Interest $59,256.94

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Table of Contents

  1. Fixed Term
  2. Fixed Amount Due Each Month
  3. Rate of Interest (APR)
  4. Fixed vs. Variable
  5. Information on Variable Rates

Payment Calculator

A payment calculator can compute a fixed-rate loan’s monthly payment or term. Using the "Fixed payments" option, you can calculate the time it will take to repay a loan with a fixed monthly fee.

A loan is a legally binding agreement between a borrower and a lender. According to this contract, the borrower receives an amount of money (principal) they must repay in the future. You can choose loans according to your individual needs based on various parameters. The number of alternatives might easily make you feel overwhelmed. The term and monthly payment amount tabs on the calculator above are two of the most prevalent decision variables.

Fixed Term

Mortgages, car loans, and many other types of loans use a time limit method of repayment. Choosing between 30 years, 15 years, or other terms for monthly payments on a mortgage, for example, can be a critical decision since the length of a debt obligation might affect a person’s long-term financial goals. Here are several examples:

  • shortening the length of a mortgage because of a lack of confidence in one’s long-term employment prospects or a desire to save money by paying a lower interest rate
  • extending the duration of a mortgage to coincide with receiving Social Security retirement benefits, which can repay the loan.

The Payment Calculator can help determine the finer points of such concerns. You may also use it to choose between several automobile finance choices, varying from 12 to 96 months. Many car buyers may contemplate choosing the most extended term. It has the lowest monthly payment. And the shortest period usually has the lowest overall cost (interest + principal).

Car purchasers could play with the variables to find which term fits their budget and best scenario. Check the Auto Loan Calculator or the Mortgage Calculator to get more information or perform calculations regarding mortgages or auto loans.

Fixed Amount Due Each Month

With this approach, you can predict how long it will take to repay the loan or how quickly you can pay off the credit card debt. This calculator may also indicate how quickly a person with excess cash can repay their debt at the end of each month. Enter the information into the calculator’s “Monthly Pay” area.

The computation may cause a monthly payment that does not repay the loan’s principal and interest. This shows that interest will accrue at a rate that the loan’s “Monthly Pay” will not keep up. If so, tweak one of the three inputs until you get a result. Either the “Loan Amount” should be smaller, the “Monthly Pay” should be more extensive, or the “Interest Rate” should be lower.

Rate of Interest (APR)

When using a number for this input (APR), it is critical to distinguish between interest and annual percentage rates. The difference can be hundreds of dollars, especially when significant loans, such as mortgages, are involved. The interest rate is, by definition, the cost of borrowing the principal loan amount. APR is a more comprehensive assessment of a loan’s cost, including broker fees, discount points, closing charges, and administrative expenses.

Rather than making upfront payments, these additional fees are added to the loan’s cost and prorated over the loan’s duration. The interest rate matches the APR if no expenses are connected with the loan. Please visit the APR Calculator or the Interest Rate Calculator for further information or perform calculations involving APR or Interest Rate.

Borrowers can use the calculator to compare the consequences of different interest rates and APRs (assuming they know them). To determine loan information without adding extra charges, use the interest rate. Use APR to calculate the total cost of the loan. In most cases, the quoted APR gives more accurate loan information.

Fixed vs. Variable

You choose between variable (adjustable or floating) or fixed interest rates with loans. The bulk of loans, such as traditionally amortized loans like mortgages, auto loans, and student loans, have fixed interest rates. Adjustable-rate mortgages, home equity lines of credit (HELOCs), some personal loans, and some student loans are examples of variable loans.

Check the Auto Loan Calculator, Mortgage Calculator, Personal Loan Calculator for more information.

Information on Variable Rates

The interest rate on variable-rate loans might alter based on indices like inflation or the central bank rate (usually in movement with the economy). The major index rate set by the US Federal Reserve or the London Interbank Offered Rate is lenders' most commonly used financial index for variable rates (Libor).

Variable loan rates fluctuate over time; thus, rate changes affect routine payment amounts. A rate change in one month affects the monthly payment due that month and the total predicted interest owing to the loan’s term. Some lenders may impose variable loan rate caps, which are maximum interest rate limitations that apply regardless of how much the index rate increases.

Lenders only change interest rates at a frequency that the borrower agrees to, usually specified in the loan contract. A change in an indexed interest rate does not always imply a difference in the interest rate on a variable loan. When indexed interest rates are heading downward, variable rates are often more attractive to the borrower.

We can divide credit card rates into fixed or variable. Credit card issuers don’t have to give notice of interest rate increases on variable-rate credit cards. Borrowers with excellent creditworthiness may request better rates on variable loans or credit cards.

Use the Credit Cards Payoff Calculator for paying off any credit cards.