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LOANPAK

DESCRIPTION:

LoanPak is a collection of six of the most-needed

standard loan calculations.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Data may be entered in any one of the three following

formats:

10000 - no commas

10,000 - with commas

10k or 10K - traditional shorthand notation

Note: Do not enter a "$" or "%" in your data. Also enter

all interest rates as percentages, not as decimals (eg. 9.5

not .095).

At the Main Menu, you will see a list of options. Use

the up or down cursor arrow key to make your selection and

press.

At the bottom of the screen are four command options.

These may be selected by using the left/right cursor arrow

keys and pressing. The command options are:

MAIN - Go to Main Menu.

PRINT - Print out the calculation.

INFO - Bring up a short additional HELP screen.

EXIT - Exit LoanPak to DOS.

Calculation Options:

1. Loan Analysis, Missing Factors - This option will

calculate the missing variable from the known information.

You will be prompted for principle, monthly payment, total

number of payments, and interest rate.

To indicate which variable you wish to have calculated

(eg. monthly payment), just press without entering

data for that variable.

2. Regular Loan Payments - Calculates the amount of a regular

loan payment based on the life of the loan, the payment

schedule, and the amount of the principal.

3. Calculate Last Loan Payment - This option will determine

the amount of the final loan payment from the life of the

loan, number of payments per year, interest rate, and the

amount of the principal.

4. Remaining Loan Balance - Calculates the amount of the

outstanding loan balance from the total number of payments,

interest rate, the payment amount, the amount of the

principal, and the number of payments made to date.

5. Calculate Loan Term - Calculate the life of a loan from

the amount of the principal, number of payments, payment

amount, and interest rate.

6. Mortgage Amortization - This option will calculate the

amortized payment on a mortgage, the total interest paid, and

if desired, display a table of payments. This option

requires the amount of the mortgage, the interest rate, and

the term of the mortgage.

To see the table of payments, answer Y when prompted.

Then select "1" if you want to see the schedule on the screen

or "2" if you wish a printout.

DESCRIPTION:

LoanPak is a collection of six of the most-needed

standard loan calculations.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:

Data may be entered in any one of the three following

formats:

10000 - no commas

10,000 - with commas

10k or 10K - traditional shorthand notation

Note: Do not enter a "$" or "%" in your data. Also enter

all interest rates as percentages, not as decimals (eg. 9.5

not .095).

At the Main Menu, you will see a list of options. Use

the up or down cursor arrow key to make your selection and

press

At the bottom of the screen are four command options.

These may be selected by using the left/right cursor arrow

keys and pressing

MAIN - Go to Main Menu.

PRINT - Print out the calculation.

INFO - Bring up a short additional HELP screen.

EXIT - Exit LoanPak to DOS.

Calculation Options:

1. Loan Analysis, Missing Factors - This option will

calculate the missing variable from the known information.

You will be prompted for principle, monthly payment, total

number of payments, and interest rate.

To indicate which variable you wish to have calculated

(eg. monthly payment), just press

data for that variable.

2. Regular Loan Payments - Calculates the amount of a regular

loan payment based on the life of the loan, the payment

schedule, and the amount of the principal.

3. Calculate Last Loan Payment - This option will determine

the amount of the final loan payment from the life of the

loan, number of payments per year, interest rate, and the

amount of the principal.

4. Remaining Loan Balance - Calculates the amount of the

outstanding loan balance from the total number of payments,

interest rate, the payment amount, the amount of the

principal, and the number of payments made to date.

5. Calculate Loan Term - Calculate the life of a loan from

the amount of the principal, number of payments, payment

amount, and interest rate.

6. Mortgage Amortization - This option will calculate the

amortized payment on a mortgage, the total interest paid, and

if desired, display a table of payments. This option

requires the amount of the mortgage, the interest rate, and

the term of the mortgage.

To see the table of payments, answer Y when prompted.

Then select "1" if you want to see the schedule on the screen

or "2" if you wish a printout.

December 29, 2017
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