Amortization Schedule policies

Posted on April 27, 2009. Filed under: Amortization Schedule | Tags: , , |

The ‘privacy policy’ and the ‘terms of service’ pages were added to the amortization website.

The Firefox plug-in development is almost done, we are testing it, and will release next week. Stay tuned!

Thank You for the letters, with Your kind words. We published a few ‘testimonials’ on our site. If You have any question regarding our calculator, contact us, because we are working on a Frequently Asked Questions section. Till now we have about 10-15 most asked questions, but it will be updated from time to time.

That’s almost everything, whats happening now. We will be back next week!

Bye!

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