MONTHLY EMI

Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) is the amount that you pay every month to the bank or any other financial institution for a loan that you have taken from that institution.

EMI comprises two components 1) the interest on the loan, 2) the portion of the principal amount to be repaid.

EMI is paid monthly, and it is a constant amount for the duration of the loan term. However, the part of the amount of the EMI that goes towards paying the interest and the principal changes over the tenure of the loan. As a rule of thumb, you will pay more principal with each subsequent EMI than what you paid in the previous EMI. Towards the last 25% of the EMI, you will pay a lot more principal than interest.

EMI is calculated by this basic formula:

where

E is EMI

P is the Principal Loan Amount

r is the rate of interest calculated on a monthly basis (i.e., r = Rate of Annual interest/12/100. If the rate of interest is 10.5% per annum, then r = 10.5/12/100=0.00875)

n is the loan term/tenure/duration in number of months

This looks complicated, doesn't it? Don't worry. You can use our EMI calculator to get the same result automatically without any hard work from your side. Not only do we automate the calculation, but we also show you graphs that help you understand your EMI better.

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To use the calculator, enter the following information in the EMI Calculator:

- The loan amount you wish to borrow
- The loan tenure (months or years that you want the loan for)
- The rate of interest (percentage at which you will get the loan)

You can either enter the values in the boxes or use the slider to input the values for all the parameters. Once you have entered the values, the calculator will automatically calculate the EMI amount for you.

The calculator also displays a pie chart that breaks up the total payment for the loan into principal and interest components of the amount paid; it displays the percentage and amount paid for the respective components. This information will help you figure out the cost of the loan you are taking and accordingly choose the option where you pay the least interest.

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