Printable Amortization Schedule

What is an Amortization Schedule?

An amortization schedule is a table that outlines debt repayment over a while. It shows each payment made, the interest and principal paid, and the remaining loan balance. It's a helpful tool for tracking payments and understanding the loan's timeline.

Why use the Printable Amortization calculator?

The Printable Amortization calculator is an excellent tool for anyone looking to understand how their loan payments are applied to the loan balance. It helps to break down the amortization schedule on loans into an easily understandable format. This can be useful for budgeting, understanding how different payment strategies affect the overall loan balance and tracking loan payments over time.

 How a Printable Amortization Schedule Works?

Printable Amortization Schedule formula:

Monthly Payment = (Loan Amount * Interest Rate) / (1 - (1 + Interest Rate)^-N)

Loan Amount = Principal Amount Borrowed 
Interest Rate = Interest Rate per Period 
N = Total Number of Periods 

Monthly Payment = (Principal * Interest Rate) / (1 - (1 + Interest Rate)^-Total Periods)

An amortization schedule is typically divided into equal payments over the life of the loan. Each payment is divided into two parts: the interest portion, which goes towards paying the lender, and the principal amount, which reduces the outstanding loan balance.

To create a printable amortization schedule, you will need to input the following information:

Loan amount: The total amount of money being borrowed
Interest rate: The annual interest rate for the loan
Loan term: The length of the loan, typically measured in months or years
Once this information is entered, the schedule will be generated, showing the breakdown of each payment over the life of the loan. The schedule will typically include the following columns: payment number, payment date, amount due, interest portion, principal portion, and remaining balance.