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Frequently asked questions
EMI stands for equated monthly instalments. It is the monthly amount that you will have to pay when opting for any type of loan. The entire loan amount, along with interest liabilities, is broken down into smaller monthly sums. The tenure, principal, and interest rate charged are crucial parameters for EMI computation.
The formula for EMI calculation is as follows:
EMI = P x R x (1+R)^N / [(1+R)^N-1], where P is the principal, R is the rate of interest, and N is the tenure.
Enter the principal, tenure, and rate of interest to calculate the EMIs payable, and total interest payable and get a detailed amortisation schedule.
Using an EMI calculator is simple. Use the slider to select the loan amount you wish to borrow, the repayment term and the loan interest rate quoted. Once you have selected these three inputs, your EMI will be displayed on the screen. These tools are available for free and can be used any number of times.
An EMI calculator is an easy-to-use tool to understand the probable EMI outflow for a given loan amount and tenure. While these calculations can be done manually, an EMI calculator reduces effort, saves time, and aids effortless planning of your personal loan dues in just a few simple steps.
The amortisation schedule is a table or a schedule that shows how the loan's principal and interest are split up each month over the tenure of the loan.
The tenure of the loan, rate of interest, and amount of the loan are the factors that affect your personal loan due amount.