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Loan Amount 200,000.00 Rate (per period) 0.583% This spreadsheet creates an amortization schedule

for a fixed-rate loan, with optional extra payments.

Annual Interest Rate 7.00% Total Payments 323,577.84 See the Help worksheet for more details. Edit cells

Term of Loan in Years 15 Total Interest 123,577.84 within gray borders.

First Payment Date 1/1/2016 Est. Interest Savings -

Payment Frequency Monthly .

Compound Period Monthly . An unlocked commercial version of this

template is available:

Payment Type End of Period

Rounding On Purchase the Unlocked Version

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Amortization Schedule

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

200,000.00

1 1/1/16 1,797.66 1,166.67 630.99 199,369.01

2 2/1/16 1,797.66 1,162.99 634.67 198,734.34

3 3/1/16 1,797.66 1,159.28 638.38 198,095.96

4 4/1/16 1,797.66 1,155.56 642.10 197,453.86

5 5/1/16 1,797.66 1,151.81 645.85 196,808.01

6 6/1/16 1,797.66 1,148.05 649.61 196,158.40

7 7/1/16 1,797.66 1,144.26 653.40 195,505.00

8 8/1/16 1,797.66 1,140.45 657.21 194,847.79

9 9/1/16 1,797.66 1,136.61 661.05 194,186.74

10 10/1/16 1,797.66 1,132.76 664.90 193,521.84

11 11/1/16 1,797.66 1,128.88 668.78 192,853.06

12 12/1/16 1,797.66 1,124.98 672.68 192,180.38

13 1/1/17 1,797.66 1,121.05 676.61 191,503.77

14 2/1/17 1,797.66 1,117.11 680.55 190,823.22

15 3/1/17 1,797.66 1,113.14 684.52 190,138.70

16 4/1/17 1,797.66 1,109.14 688.52 189,450.18

17 5/1/17 1,797.66 1,105.13 692.53 188,757.65

18 6/1/17 1,797.66 1,101.09 696.57 188,061.08

19 7/1/17 1,797.66 1,097.02 700.64 187,360.44

20 8/1/17 1,797.66 1,092.94 704.72 186,655.72

21 9/1/17 1,797.66 1,088.83 708.83 185,946.89

22 10/1/17 1,797.66 1,084.69 712.97 185,233.92

23 11/1/17 1,797.66 1,080.53 717.13 184,516.79

24 12/1/17 1,797.66 1,076.35 721.31 183,795.48

25 1/1/18 1,797.66 1,072.14 725.52 183,069.96

26 2/1/18 1,797.66 1,067.91 729.75 182,340.21

27 3/1/18 1,797.66 1,063.65 734.01 181,606.20

28 4/1/18 1,797.66 1,059.37 738.29 180,867.91

29 5/1/18 1,797.66 1,055.06 742.60 180,125.31

30 6/1/18 1,797.66 1,050.73 746.93 179,378.38

31 7/1/18 1,797.66 1,046.37 751.29 178,627.09

32 8/1/18 1,797.66 1,041.99 755.67 177,871.42

33 9/1/18 1,797.66 1,037.58 760.08 177,111.34

34 10/1/18 1,797.66 1,033.15 764.51 176,346.83

35 11/1/18 1,797.66 1,028.69 768.97 175,577.86

36 12/1/18 1,797.66 1,024.20 773.46 174,804.40

37 1/1/19 1,797.66 1,019.69 777.97 174,026.43

38 2/1/19 1,797.66 1,015.15 782.51 173,243.92

39 3/1/19 1,797.66 1,010.59 787.07 172,456.85

40 4/1/19 1,797.66 1,006.00 791.66 171,665.19

41 5/1/19 1,797.66 1,001.38 796.28 170,868.91

42 6/1/19 1,797.66 996.74 800.92 170,067.99

43 7/1/19 1,797.66 992.06 805.60 169,262.39

44 8/1/19 1,797.66 987.36 810.30 168,452.09

45 9/1/19 1,797.66 982.64 815.02 167,637.07

46 10/1/19 1,797.66 977.88 819.78 166,817.29

47 11/1/19 1,797.66 973.10 824.56 165,992.73

48 12/1/19 1,797.66 968.29 829.37 165,163.36

49 1/1/20 1,797.66 963.45 834.21 164,329.15

50 2/1/20 1,797.66 958.59 839.07 163,490.08

51 3/1/20 1,797.66 953.69 843.97 162,646.11

52 4/1/20 1,797.66 948.77 848.89 161,797.22

53 5/1/20 1,797.66 943.82 853.84 160,943.38

54 6/1/20 1,797.66 938.84 858.82 160,084.56

55 7/1/20 1,797.66 933.83 863.83 159,220.73

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

56 8/1/20 1,797.66 928.79 868.87 158,351.86

57 9/1/20 1,797.66 923.72 873.94 157,477.92

58 10/1/20 1,797.66 918.62 879.04 156,598.88

59 11/1/20 1,797.66 913.49 884.17 155,714.71

60 12/1/20 1,797.66 908.34 889.32 154,825.39

61 1/1/21 1,797.66 903.15 894.51 153,930.88

62 2/1/21 1,797.66 897.93 899.73 153,031.15

63 3/1/21 1,797.66 892.68 904.98 152,126.17

64 4/1/21 1,797.66 887.40 910.26 151,215.91

65 5/1/21 1,797.66 882.09 915.57 150,300.34

66 6/1/21 1,797.66 876.75 920.91 149,379.43

67 7/1/21 1,797.66 871.38 926.28 148,453.15

68 8/1/21 1,797.66 865.98 931.68 147,521.47

69 9/1/21 1,797.66 860.54 937.12 146,584.35

70 10/1/21 1,797.66 855.08 942.58 145,641.77

71 11/1/21 1,797.66 849.58 948.08 144,693.69

72 12/1/21 1,797.66 844.05 953.61 143,740.08

73 1/1/22 1,797.66 838.48 959.18 142,780.90

74 2/1/22 1,797.66 832.89 964.77 141,816.13

75 3/1/22 1,797.66 827.26 970.40 140,845.73

76 4/1/22 1,797.66 821.60 976.06 139,869.67

77 5/1/22 1,797.66 815.91 981.75 138,887.92

78 6/1/22 1,797.66 810.18 987.48 137,900.44

79 7/1/22 1,797.66 804.42 993.24 136,907.20

80 8/1/22 1,797.66 798.63 999.03 135,908.17

81 9/1/22 1,797.66 792.80 1,004.86 134,903.31

82 10/1/22 1,797.66 786.94 1,010.72 133,892.59

83 11/1/22 1,797.66 781.04 1,016.62 132,875.97

84 12/1/22 1,797.66 775.11 1,022.55 131,853.42

85 1/1/23 1,797.66 769.14 1,028.52 130,824.90

86 2/1/23 1,797.66 763.15 1,034.51 129,790.39

87 3/1/23 1,797.66 757.11 1,040.55 128,749.84

88 4/1/23 1,797.66 751.04 1,046.62 127,703.22

89 5/1/23 1,797.66 744.94 1,052.72 126,650.50

90 6/1/23 1,797.66 738.79 1,058.87 125,591.63

91 7/1/23 1,797.66 732.62 1,065.04 124,526.59

92 8/1/23 1,797.66 726.41 1,071.25 123,455.34

93 9/1/23 1,797.66 720.16 1,077.50 122,377.84

94 10/1/23 1,797.66 713.87 1,083.79 121,294.05

95 11/1/23 1,797.66 707.55 1,090.11 120,203.94

96 12/1/23 1,797.66 701.19 1,096.47 119,107.47

97 1/1/24 1,797.66 694.79 1,102.87 118,004.60

98 2/1/24 1,797.66 688.36 1,109.30 116,895.30

99 3/1/24 1,797.66 681.89 1,115.77 115,779.53

100 4/1/24 1,797.66 675.38 1,122.28 114,657.25

101 5/1/24 1,797.66 668.83 1,128.83 113,528.42

102 6/1/24 1,797.66 662.25 1,135.41 112,393.01

103 7/1/24 1,797.66 655.63 1,142.03 111,250.98

104 8/1/24 1,797.66 648.96 1,148.70 110,102.28

105 9/1/24 1,797.66 642.26 1,155.40 108,946.88

106 10/1/24 1,797.66 635.52 1,162.14 107,784.74

107 11/1/24 1,797.66 628.74 1,168.92 106,615.82

108 12/1/24 1,797.66 621.93 1,175.73 105,440.09

109 1/1/25 1,797.66 615.07 1,182.59 104,257.50

110 2/1/25 1,797.66 608.17 1,189.49 103,068.01

111 3/1/25 1,797.66 601.23 1,196.43 101,871.58

112 4/1/25 1,797.66 594.25 1,203.41 100,668.17

113 5/1/25 1,797.66 587.23 1,210.43 99,457.74

114 6/1/25 1,797.66 580.17 1,217.49 98,240.25

115 7/1/25 1,797.66 573.07 1,224.59 97,015.66

116 8/1/25 1,797.66 565.92 1,231.74 95,783.92

117 9/1/25 1,797.66 558.74 1,238.92 94,545.00

118 10/1/25 1,797.66 551.51 1,246.15 93,298.85

119 11/1/25 1,797.66 544.24 1,253.42 92,045.43

120 12/1/25 1,797.66 536.93 1,260.73 90,784.70

121 1/1/26 1,797.66 529.58 1,268.08 89,516.62

122 2/1/26 1,797.66 522.18 1,275.48 88,241.14

123 3/1/26 1,797.66 514.74 1,282.92 86,958.22

124 4/1/26 1,797.66 507.26 1,290.40 85,667.82

125 5/1/26 1,797.66 499.73 1,297.93 84,369.89

126 6/1/26 1,797.66 492.16 1,305.50 83,064.39

127 7/1/26 1,797.66 484.54 1,313.12 81,751.27

128 8/1/26 1,797.66 476.88 1,320.78 80,430.49

129 9/1/26 1,797.66 469.18 1,328.48 79,102.01

130 10/1/26 1,797.66 461.43 1,336.23 77,765.78

131 11/1/26 1,797.66 453.63 1,344.03 76,421.75

132 12/1/26 1,797.66 445.79 1,351.87 75,069.88

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

133 1/1/27 1,797.66 437.91 1,359.75 73,710.13

134 2/1/27 1,797.66 429.98 1,367.68 72,342.45

135 3/1/27 1,797.66 422.00 1,375.66 70,966.79

136 4/1/27 1,797.66 413.97 1,383.69 69,583.10

137 5/1/27 1,797.66 405.90 1,391.76 68,191.34

138 6/1/27 1,797.66 397.78 1,399.88 66,791.46

139 7/1/27 1,797.66 389.62 1,408.04 65,383.42

140 8/1/27 1,797.66 381.40 1,416.26 63,967.16

141 9/1/27 1,797.66 373.14 1,424.52 62,542.64

142 10/1/27 1,797.66 364.83 1,432.83 61,109.81

143 11/1/27 1,797.66 356.47 1,441.19 59,668.62

144 12/1/27 1,797.66 348.07 1,449.59 58,219.03

145 1/1/28 1,797.66 339.61 1,458.05 56,760.98

146 2/1/28 1,797.66 331.11 1,466.55 55,294.43

147 3/1/28 1,797.66 322.55 1,475.11 53,819.32

148 4/1/28 1,797.66 313.95 1,483.71 52,335.61

149 5/1/28 1,797.66 305.29 1,492.37 50,843.24

150 6/1/28 1,797.66 296.59 1,501.07 49,342.17

151 7/1/28 1,797.66 287.83 1,509.83 47,832.34

152 8/1/28 1,797.66 279.02 1,518.64 46,313.70

153 9/1/28 1,797.66 270.16 1,527.50 44,786.20

154 10/1/28 1,797.66 261.25 1,536.41 43,249.79

155 11/1/28 1,797.66 252.29 1,545.37 41,704.42

156 12/1/28 1,797.66 243.28 1,554.38 40,150.04

157 1/1/29 1,797.66 234.21 1,563.45 38,586.59

158 2/1/29 1,797.66 225.09 1,572.57 37,014.02

159 3/1/29 1,797.66 215.92 1,581.74 35,432.28

160 4/1/29 1,797.66 206.69 1,590.97 33,841.31

161 5/1/29 1,797.66 197.41 1,600.25 32,241.06

162 6/1/29 1,797.66 188.07 1,609.59 30,631.47

163 7/1/29 1,797.66 178.68 1,618.98 29,012.49

164 8/1/29 1,797.66 169.24 1,628.42 27,384.07

165 9/1/29 1,797.66 159.74 1,637.92 25,746.15

166 10/1/29 1,797.66 150.19 1,647.47 24,098.68

167 11/1/29 1,797.66 140.58 1,657.08 22,441.60

168 12/1/29 1,797.66 130.91 1,666.75 20,774.85

169 1/1/30 1,797.66 121.19 1,676.47 19,098.38

170 2/1/30 1,797.66 111.41 1,686.25 17,412.13

171 3/1/30 1,797.66 101.57 1,696.09 15,716.04

172 4/1/30 1,797.66 91.68 1,705.98 14,010.06

173 5/1/30 1,797.66 81.73 1,715.93 12,294.13

174 6/1/30 1,797.66 71.72 1,725.94 10,568.19

175 7/1/30 1,797.66 61.65 1,736.01 8,832.18

176 8/1/30 1,797.66 51.52 1,746.14 7,086.04

177 9/1/30 1,797.66 41.34 1,756.32 5,329.72

178 10/1/30 1,797.66 31.09 1,766.57 3,563.15

179 11/1/30 1,797.66 20.79 1,776.87 1,786.28

180 12/1/30 1,796.70 10.42 1,786.28 0.00

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

Due Payment Additional

No. Interest Principal Balance

Date Due Payment

End

Loan Payment Schedule

https://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/loan-amortization-schedule.html 2008-2017 Vertex42 LLC

Loan Amount 100,000.00 Rate (per period) 0.583% This worksheet allows you to track a loan by

entering the actual payment dates and

Annual Interest Rate 7.00% Total Payments 1,400.00 amounts. The spreadsheet assumes all

Term of Loan in Years 15 Total Interest Accrued 1,746.78 payments are applied on the due date (interest

is not pro-rated based on the payment date).

First Payment Date 1/1/2016 Total Interest Paid 1,083.33

Payment Frequency Monthly Total Principal Paid -346.78 Important: If the Payment Amount is less than

the Interest Charged, the unpaid interest is

Compound Period Monthly Principal Remaining 100,346.78 added to the Balance (i.e. negative amortization

Payment Type End of Period . or interest capitalization).

Rounding On .

[42]

Amortization Schedule

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

100,000.00

1 1/1/16 898.83 12/31/16,1/1/16 900.00 583.33 583.33 316.67 99,683.33

2 2/1/16 898.83 2/5/16 500.00 581.49 500.00 -81.49 99,764.82

3 3/1/16 898.83 2/28/16 0.00 581.96 0.00 -581.96 100,346.78

4 4/1/16 898.83

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Paid Balance

END END

Loan Payment Schedule

https://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/loan-amortization-schedule.html 2008-2017 Vertex42 LLC

Loan Amount 100,000.00 Rate (per period) 0.583% This worksheet allows you to track a loan by

entering the actual payment dates and amounts.

Annual Interest Rate 7.00% Total Payments 3,877.65 The Payment is applied first to the Interest Balance

Term of Loan in Years 15 Total Interest Accrued 2,903.48 and Interest Accrued, and then the remaining

payment is applied to the Principal Balance.

First Payment Date 1/1/2016 Total Interest Paid 2,325.83 Unpaid interest is accrued in a separate Interest

Payment Frequency Monthly Unpaid Interest 577.65 Balance instead of being capitalized by adding to

the Principal Balance. The spreadsheet assumes

Compound Period Monthly Total Principal Paid 974.17 all payments are applied on the due date (interest

Payment Type End of Period Principal Remaining 99,025.83 is not pro-rated based on the payment date).

Rounding On .

Amortization Schedule

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

0.00 100,000.00

1 1/1/16 898.83 1/1/16 900.00 583.33 583.33 0.00 316.67 99,683.33

2 2/1/16 898.83 2/1/16 500.00 581.49 500.00 81.49 0.00 99,683.33

3 3/1/16 898.83 3/5/16 1,000.00 581.49 662.98 0.00 337.02 99,346.31

4 4/1/16 898.83 3/30/16 900.00 579.52 579.52 0.00 320.48 99,025.83

5 5/1/16 898.83 0.00 577.65 0.00 577.65 0.00 99,025.83

6 6/1/16 898.83

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

Due Amount Payment Payment Interest Interest Interest Principal Principal

No.

Date Due Date Amount Accrued Paid Balance Paid Balance

END END

HELP

https://www.vertex42.com/ExcelTemplates/loan-amortization-schedule.html 2008-2017 Vertex42 LLC

This spreadsheet creates a printable amortization schedule for a fixed-rate loan,

with optional extra payments. It also includes two different worksheets for tracking loan

payments.

Some cells contain comments (marked with a red triangle) that provide additional help

content.

The payment frequency can be annual, semi-annual, quarterly, bi-monthly, monthly,

semi-monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly.

By default, the compound period is set equal to the payment frequency, but this can be

changed if the loan is a Canadian mortgage for example. Be careful not to set the

Compound Period shorter than the Payment Frequency because that will result in

negative amortization.

Values are rounded to the second decimal place. The rounding option is for comparison

with other calculators that do not round the payment or interest.

You can select whether payments are due at the End or Beginning of the payment

period. The rounding option is for comparison with other calculators that do not round the

payment or interest.

The last payment is adjusted to bring the balance to zero.

The spreadsheet is only valid for up to 780 payments (65-year monthly, 30-year

biweekly, 15-year weekly, etc.)

The two Payment worksheets allow you to track payments as they are made. The

difference between the two worksheets is how unpaid interest is handled.

Edit the Payment Date and Payment Amount within the table.

Payments are applied first to interest and then to principal.

Payments are assumed to be applied on the associated Due Date, even if payments

are made early. The spreadsheet does not prorate interest.

The Payment Date column is for reference only. No calculations depend on the

payment date. You can enter multiple dates in the cell, but enter the total payment in the

Payment Amount cell.

To track fees or escrow, you would need to use some other loan tracking solution, or a

spreadsheet designed for that purpose.

Additional Help

The link at the top of this worksheet will take you to the web page on vertex42.com that

talks about this template.

REFERENCES

SEE ALSO Vertex42.com: Home Mortgage Calculator

Loan Amortization Schedule

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