EMI Calculator

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Written by: Tim Devaney

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FAQ: Editors’ answers

This is the interest rate you expect to be charged on your loan. It's important to use an accurate estimate, as it significantly impacts your calculated EMI and total repayment amount.

This field allows you to specify the desired timeframe (in months) within which you want to repay your loan in full.

The "Total" amount represents the estimated total sum you will pay over the desired repayment period, including the initial balance owed and the accumulated interest.

While not explicitly stated, the calculator seems designed for personal loans and might not be suitable for other loan types with different structures or repayment terms.

No, the EMI amount provided by the calculator is an estimate based on your inputs. The actual EMI may differ depending on various factors, including the lender's final terms and conditions.

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