# Simple loan calculator

You have a lot to acquire and a lot to invest in. However, you need a loan to achieve your plans which is a great way to fund it. But wait, do you care to know how much debt you can afford? Maybe? Not sure? Do not get bothered already, we have a system in place that can do that just for you easily.

Our less complicated loan payment calculator easily determines your monthly payment while saving you the hassle process. The procedure is easy; input the loan amount, interest rate, and the numbers of years.

Why is this important? Determining your monthly payment as touching any loan enables you to have a good plan of action for your budget. Essentially, our loan calculator makes you get your debt covered in no time and determine what loan options and decisions may be best for you.

## How do you calculate a loan payment?

As said earlier, our loan payment calculator easily determines your monthly payment and thus calculates your loan amount by month and applies the interest rate you provide. For instance, in the event, you want to calculate your loan payment and your loan amount is $10,000, interest rate 5%, and numbers of years 3, when you input these accordingly, your monthly payment will be $300. That is how easy it can be using our simple loan calculator. Also, know that we cover amortization.

## What is amortization?

Amortization is the progressive decrease of a debt over a given period. Understandably, it is the spreading out of a loan into a series of fixed payments over time. Accordingly, amortization reduces your debt and break down interest paid, principal paid, and loan balance over the period of the loan. You pay interest rate with most of your initial payment on a loan.

## What is the monthly payment on a 10000 loan?

Your monthly payment on a personal loan of $10,000 at a 6 % interest rate over a 1-year term would be $858. You would pay $300 in total interest over the life of this loan.

## How long will it take to pay off a 10000 loan?

If the interest rate is 5 percent and you pay $188 a month it will take you five years to pay it off. If you pay $500 a month it will take you a little less than 21 months to pay it off.

This mortgage calculator has only been designed to give a useful general indication of costs. It's important you always get a specific quote from the lender and double-check the price yourself before acting on the information.