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    how do you calculate the payment on a 32,000 dollar vehicle with a 3.9 percent APR over a 60 month period. I will be putting 2000.00 down and receiving a 1000.00 rebate. thank you.

    how do you calculate the monthly payment on a 32,000 dollar vehicle with a 3.9 percent APR for 60 months after putting 2000.00 down and receving a 1000.00 rebate. ? thank you

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    I am not sure how to figure the payment on the loan. It may be 29000.00 divided by 60. That would make it 483.33. But,the usual formula for figuring a loan balance is:
    Balance x 3.9 = Interest
    Interest / 12 = monthly interest
    Payment less montly interest = principal
    Balance less principal = new balance

    So...lets pretend your payment is 483.33:
    29,000.00 x 3.9 = 1131.00
    1131.00 / 12 = 94.25
    483.33 - 94.25 = 389.08
    29,000.00- 389.08 = 28,610.92

    So, as you can see; as the balance goes down, more money is applied to the principle. Good luck!


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