Date selection

Posted on October 12, 2009. Filed under: Amortization Schedule | Tags: , , , |

We have updated our site – again!

From now on you will be able to select a starting date for your loan. The amortization table will be calculated from this date.

Of course this is the starting date of your loan, so the first payment will be this date plus the pay periodicity.

For any suggestions, please feel free to contact us!


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