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Note: Error Message

10,00,000

21,617.95

60months

10.75%

11.18%

2,97,077

Total Payment(Principal + Interest + Fees & Charges)

13,07,077

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Introduction

The multi-purpose loan calculator is a 4-in-1 calculator that aims to answer your questions such as:

• How much is the monthly payment – aka EMI – for my loan?
• How much money can I afford to borrow?
• How long will it take to repay my loan?
• How much interest would I have to pay for an item (electronic gadgets, furniture, household appliances etc.) that I purchased under a “low EMI” scheme?

These four calculators aim to address all the above questions, and more, with an easy-to-use and intuitive interface that provides instantaneous answers.

It is also important to understand the Loan APR concept before using these calculators. Banks charge more than just the interest rate on loans. When obtaining a loan, lenders charge various kinds of non-refundable fees including processing fees and documentation charges. The loan APR factors in these one-time costs associated with borrowing. Loan APR, which is expressed as a yearly percentage rate, represents the true cost of your loan after taking into account the loan interest rate plus the fees & charges that you pay when getting a loan. Loan APR is a more complete measure that reflects the net effective cost of your loan on a yearly basis. For the banks, it represents their internal rate of return (IRR) on the loan.

If you pay ₹ 1600/- as processing fees for a computer worth ₹ 40,000/- under a zero percent EMI scheme with a tenure of 6 months, your loan APR is 14.15%. i.e., you are effectively paying 14.15% interest on the loan.

EMI Calculator

This calculator is available on the homepage of our website and is provided again here for your convenience. Enter the amount you wish to borrow along with the interest rate and tenure to determine your EMI. You can also change the start date for the EMI payment schedule. Interest rates offered by different banks may vary and you will be able to quickly determine your monthly payment under all scenarios.

Loan Amount Calculator / Loan Affordability Calculator

If you are planning to purchase your dream home or car, you must be wondering how much money you can afford to repay without overburdening yourself. It depends on how much EMI (i.e., monthly payment) you can pay and for how long. If you have an idea about how much EMI you can pay every month, then it will be easier for you to know how much you can afford. Enter the amount of EMI that you can pay every month, the interest rate charged by your bank and the preferred tenure, the loan amount calculator will tell you how much you can afford to borrow. Read more about factors that influence the amount you can borrow.

Loan Tenure Calculator

If you are planning to refinance your loan at a lower rate, you have the option to either reduce your EMI or loan tenure. In case you choose the latter option, you can quickly estimate how much time is required to repay your refinanced loan.

If you are planning to make a partial pre-payment on an existing loan, you can determine the remaining tenure on the outstanding principal amount using this calculator.

Interest Rate Calculator

It has become common these days to purchase high-end electronic gadgets, furniture and household appliances (such as fridge, TV, washing machine etc.) using installment loans. Manufacturers and sellers lure buyers with low EMI payments and buyers fall into the trap without understanding the interest rate for such loans. Given the loan amount (i.e., item price), EMI and tenure, this calculator helps you estimate the interest rate on such loans.

44 responses to “Loan Calculator — Calculate EMI, Affordability, Tenure & Interest Rate”

1. Debarghya Chowdhury says:

If during a tenure of a loan, suppose after 6 yrs of a 15 yr tenure, I decide to pay a lump sum of amount, then how will I calculate the resulting interest change ?

2. Raju says:

Sar i taken from sbi 4.5 cr loan my business 4 years ago not good
But come days business will go on up
So i how to plan loan re payment please

3. CHS Shankar says:

I have a fixed amount of existing savings. I am looking for a calculator to be able to compare a) if i should use up that saving for initial cash down payment and reduce the loan amount or b) should i retain that savings and take a higher loan amount.
Is there any calculator to compare these options and help decide ?

4. theodore g a says:

All the EMIs are calculated assuming the repayment date is exactly same as the disbursement date. If I take the loan on 1st of the month and request for repayment date as 15th of every month from the next month, how will be the EMIs would look.? if the loan amount is Rs.2.0 lacs with 16% interest and with 18 months repayment. The loan is disbursed on 1/02/2018 and the repayment starts only on 15th of next month can you show the EMI table?

5. NAYAN SHETTY says:

IF any subsidy received in connection loan, how we calculate EMI

6. Deepak says:

What if I want to pay loan in between? Is there any method/mode to calculate the amount to be paid?
For example, I have a loan amount of 10 lakhs for 5 years at the interest rate of 12% and after paying 12 EMIs, I want to pay my principal amount. How can I calculate this amount then?

7. N.S.ESWARAN says:

Very useful site . Thank you very much.

8. RJ says:

THE EMI FOR RUPEES TWO LAC FOR FOUR YEARS IS 5000+ AROUND BY YOUR CALCULATOR WHEREAS I AM PAYING 7447 FOR 5 YEARS LOAN TENURE OF THE SAME AMOUNT. AM I FALSELY CHARGED OR EXCESSIVELY
OVERCHARGED?

9. Sailandra Harsha says:

Perfect, easy and fast calculation without any extra ads and unwanted stuffs, Good

10. Vishal says:

Wonderful Calculation But if would be more useful if given Data as Financial Year instance of Calendar Year.

11. User Public says:

Hi, I have one query here. Let say I have taken home loan of INR 25,00,000/- with ROI 8.25%. I wanted it for tenure of 10 years, So that EMI will be INR 30,663/- and total interest payable is INR 11,79,579/-. But my bank has given tenure of 20 years and my EMI is INR 21,302/-. My question is, If still I am paying EMI of INR 30,663/- will my loan account get settled in 10 years and total interest payable will be INR 11,79,579/- or it will increase in terms of time and total interest payable? As per my understanding and calculations Time to get account settled will be around 12 years and total interest payable will be around 13,50,000/- (Considering bank will start deducting interest with calculations with 20 Years tenure). Please help me out to get it clear. Thanks in advance.

12. Savita K says:

Wonder bot how it works!!