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Posted on November 10, 2009. Filed under: Amortization Schedule Tutorial | Tags: , , , , , , |

Just a short update:

Now you can read more about amortization and amortization schedule by clicking the links. We have uploaded these pdf files files to make it easier to understand the process of loan amortization, an how you can earn from it.

Soon we will update our website also!

Don’t forget to check out the difference between a 30-year mortgage and a 15-year mortgage amortization.

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