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The one thing that strikes the minds of Gen-X and Millennials whenever they need to make a huge purchase is those three-word saviors — EMI. Yes, in the backdrop of rising prices and rising inflation, EMI is a savior to many of those who are entirely dependent on salaries.
We can hardly find a thing that cannot be purchased on EMIs nowadays. Even online shoppers are enjoying the benefits of EMI and bringing home their dream purchases as and when they are needed. Not just homes — laptops, television sets, cars, bikes, home appliances — almost any item that is beyond affordable price are falling into EMI category. Retailers, too, are luring customers with tags such ‘zero cost EMI’,’ EMI option available’,’Buy now, Pay later’, etc.
This post lets you understand in detail what EMI means, its components and how it works and such concepts involved.
Merely stating, an EMI is a fixed amount that a customer agrees to pay to the lender or the seller at a fixed date every month, for the purchase made, till the loan is fully repaid.
You can pay EMIs through the following methods:
When you pay an EMI, you are paying two components together:
Suppose that your loan is for a tenure of ten years and you pay for EMI for the ten whole years. Then during the first years, for around 6-7 years you keeping paying more of interest and less of principal. In the later years, the actual principal amount keeps decreasing.
EMI covers more of interest amount in the earlier years and principal amount in the later years.
EMI is calculated in two ways basically:
Flat Rate:This is the more straightforward calculation. Here, the principal and the interest are added together. The total tenure divides the entire amount in months. The resultant amount will be the EMI that the borrower has to pay.
Reduce Balance Method:
Here EMI is calculated using the following formula:
Yes, it can happen. You would have opted for a floating rate of interest. There are two types of EMI interest rate:
Majorly, three factors decide the amount of EMI you pay.
Loan Amount:Higher loan amount, higher EMI.
The rate of Interest:Higher rate of interest, higher EMI.
Tenure:Longer the tenure, lower the EMI. (The key here is with longer EMI you finally end up paying more interest and thus more amount that you have borrowed.)
In this era of EMIs, where you need EMI for everything, you can easily calculate EMI using our EMI calculator. Whether it an education loan, personal loan or vehicle loan, or housing loan, our calculator will help you in planning for the purchase and knowing the EMI that you would need to pay.
For this, all you need to do is enter the loan amount you have taken, interest percentage and tenure of your loan. Click calculate, and you can see the total amount payable with interest and the total interest you need to pay for your loan. Now you can happily start planning your budget accordingly!
Make our EMI calculator a friend for your budget planning!
A budget is telling where your money should go, instead of wondering where it went. – Dave Ramsey