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Comprehension Of Credit Card Amortization - Stitch'n'Bitch
Amortisation is just one way of saying that a loan will be repaid over a longer term. One of the big differences between a mortgages and a credit card is the way interest is computed. Mortgages are repaid at a single rate of interest, i.e. interest is levied only on the main due amount.
For example, if you have $50,000 owed at 5% interest and your monthly loan is $395.40 for fifteen years, your first $208.33 interest payout ($50,000 multiplied by 5% interest per annum split by 12 months) and $187.07 capital payout ($395.40 minus $208.33) will be charged to your first $208.33 interest payout. Every single monthly while you make your payout, the amount of capital decreases slightly and more of your payout counts for the amount of capital until finally the amount of capital zeroes.
At the end of the day, if you bear the blame for a long period of your life, you pay interest on interest that can accumulate into large numbers. Let's take an example of a credit card credit of $2,000 on a card with an interest of 10%. Typically a credit card deposit is at least 4% of the total amount, which is equivalent to approximately $80 per monthly amount.
By the end of the first monthly period, your interest is charged at $16.67 (2,000 x 10% interest per annum multiplied by 12 months). Her credit card bill shows a min. deposit of $80.67 (4% of $2,016.67). When you make this minimal deposit, your next settlement will show a $1,936 ($2,016.67 minus $80.67) due and interest will be $16.13 ($1,936 multiplied by 10% interest per annum multiplied by 12 months).