Date Added:Jun. 27, 2005
Downloads Last Week:30
Product ranking:#10 in Personal Finance Software
Results 1–9 of 9
Simple, Easy to use
Copy and pasting on the loan amount doesn't work, not a big issue
Very good, user friendly. You will have the basic calculation details. Fair enough for non accounting people.
At the end of the calculator, it gives a summary, up to what line you have chosen. So, select the correct line to avoid confusion.
Small package, simple layout, quick calculations, easy to read, easy to use
Doesn't make coffee
This program is perfect for what I needed... which was, just an easy "smart-phone" like app for doing loan calculations. It doesn't get any more simple or easy than this program... I don't know what people are complaining about; why rate it poorly because it's a "base" model. Would you expect your Honda Accord to have the features of an Acura?
Oh did not set my puls up.
It has a nice setup for the amounts that will occeur through the years.
works fine and its free
I think that only one rather fixed function
is a bit cheap for a program like this.
its ok-- dos what its supposed to
Tells you what your minimum payments will be, what your interest is going to be each week/month/etc. Handy. Also can give you a report in Excel.
Cant choose any payment other then the minimum payments. And you're not able to set a date that you want to finish by, etc.
It's free, and handy! Get it.
Provides a good amortization schedule; for a free program, nice that it allows a start date
Can't think of anything
I was looking for a free, easy, basic program. This is it. I needed an amortization schedule, not just payment calculation. This allows you to select a start date. To print the schedule, you export to Excel, so you have the ability to customize as desired. Serves my needs perfectly.
range of calculation
Does not convert well to Excel on my system. Does not let me change the amount of the monthly payment & add a final payment to compensate for the rounded-of monthly payment. Found another program that allows me to do this.
Reply by pjeffra on August 17, 2010
What program did you find that allowed you to change the payment amounts? Looking for the same thing.
I like the instant update as you make entries in variable fields. I like the eport to Excel feature.
I just wanted to be able to run numbers on loans, and this even gives you the amortization schedule. It's not one of those complicated ones that I can't figure out.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.loancalculator.ws/|
|Release Date||June 27, 2005|
|Date Added||June 27, 2005|
|Subcategory||Personal Finance Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||30|