Simple flat rate interest calculator: calculate the due interest on an amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed by the interest rate, principal (starting amount), duration and additional transactional fees (withdrawal, payment in advance)

Calculate simple flat rate interest on a principal borrowed, lent

Simple flat rate interest = (Principal × Annual simple flat interest rate × Duration in days) ÷ Number of days in a year

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Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 15,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Aug 27, 2018, to date: Aug 27, 2020, namely for a period of 731 days (24 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 30% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:42 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 100 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: May 07, 2017, to date: Jun 07, 2017, namely for a period of 31 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 3% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 400 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: May 03, 2017, to date: Jun 03, 2017, namely for a period of 31 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 14% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 20,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Mar 25, 2017, to date: Mar 25, 2022, namely for a period of 1,826 days (60 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 12% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 5,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Jun 29, 2018, to date: Jul 29, 2020, namely for a period of 761 days (25 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 1% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 100 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Feb 01, 2017, to date: Mar 01, 2017, namely for a period of 28 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 3% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 72,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Feb 27, 2019, to date: Feb 27, 2020, namely for a period of 365 days (12 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 2% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 8,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Jul 13, 2018, to date: Aug 13, 2018, namely for a period of 31 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 25% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 196 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Mar 06, 2013, to date: Apr 27, 2016, namely for a period of 1,148 days (37 Months and 21 Days), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 8% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 4,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Apr 19, 2018, to date: May 19, 2018, namely for a period of 30 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 12.5% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 4,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Feb 09, 2018, to date: Mar 09, 2018, namely for a period of 28 days, with an annual simple flat interest rate of 2% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 100,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: May 22, 2017, to date: Jun 22, 2027, namely for a period of 3,683 days (121 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 10% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
Calculate due interest earned by a principal (initial amount of money lent, deposited or borrowed) of 75,000 units (Dollar, Euro, Pound, etc.), from date: Feb 01, 2018, to date: Jun 01, 2018, namely for a period of 120 days (4 Months), with an annual simple flat interest rate of 2% if the commission fee (withdrawal or payment) is 0%. Jul 17 12:41 UTC (GMT)
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Simple flat rate interest.

Interest

  • When someone lends money to someone else, the borrower usually pays a fee to the lender. So the due interest is a sum paid or charged for the use of money or for borrowing money. The interest depends on: 1) the period of the loan 2) the amount of money lent or borrowed (called principal) and 3) the interest rate (the percentage of the principal charged as interest).
  • For example, for some bank deposits is not uncommon to pay an interest rate of 3.5% on the principal, annualy. Banks are also using these temporarily owned amounts of money by introducing them back into the cash flow circuit or are granting loans (for investments, for example) on which they are again charging interest.

Annual simple flat interest rate

  • The simple annual interest rate, or the percentage of the principal charged as interest for a period of one year, shows us that for an amount of 100 units (ex: Dollar, Euro, Yen, Pound, Franc), in a year, the interest is calculated as a percentage p% of the principal: I = p% × 100 units.
  • A deposit of S units generates a one year simple interest of: I = S × p% units, and in n years, the same deposit of S units generates an interest of: I = S × p% × n units.

Annual simple flat rate interest formula:

  • I = S × p% × n

  • I = n years simple flat rate interest charged
  • S = initial amount (principal)
  • p% = annual simple flat interest rate (percentage of the principal charged as interest)
  • n = number of years of the lending or borrowing the money

Examples of how the simple flat rate interest formula works:

  • 1) What interest, I, generates in n = 5 years a principal of S = 20,000 units if the annual simple flat interest rate is p% = 3.5%?
    Answer:
    I = S × p% × n = 20,000 × 3.5% × 5 = 20,000 × 3.5 ÷ 100 × 5 = 1,000 × 3.5 = 3,500 units
  • 2) What is the simple flat interest rate, p%, if a principal of S = 12,000 units is charged a n = 6 years interest of I = 2,880 units?
    Answer:
    I = S × p% × n =>
    p% = I ÷ (S × n) = 2,880 ÷ (12,000 × 6) = 0.04 = 4%.

Annual simple flat rate interest formula calculated for a period of n years:

  • Interest, I = S × p% × n
  • Principal, S = I ÷ (p% × n)
  • Interest rate, p% = I ÷ (S × n)
  • Number of years (period): n = I ÷ (S × p%)

Annual simple flat rate interest formula calculated for a period of m months:

  • Interest, I = (S × p% × m) ÷ 12
  • Principal, S = (12 × I) ÷ (p% × m)
  • Interest rate, p% = (12 × I) ÷ (S × m)
  • Number of months of the period, m = (12 × I) ÷ (S × p%)

Annual simple flat rate interest formula calculated for a period of d days:

  • Interest, I = (S × p% × d) ÷ 365
  • Principal, S = (365 × I) ÷ (p% × d)
  • Simple flat interest rate, p% = (365 × I) ÷ (S × d)
  • Number of days of the period, d = (365 × I) ÷ (S × p%)

More examples of how the simple flat rate interest formula works:

  • 1) Calculate the due interest on a principal of S = 400 units in m = 5 months, with a simple flat interest rate of p% = 4%.
    Answer:
    I = (S × p% × m) ÷ 12 = (400 × 4% × 5) ÷ 12 = (400 × 4 ÷ 100 × 5) ÷ 12 = 16 × 5 ÷ 12 = 20 ÷ 3 = 6.67 units
  • 2) Calculate the due interest generated by a principal of S = 400 units in m = 5 months if the simple flat interest rate of p% = 4.5%.
    Answer:
    I = (S × p% × m) ÷ 12 = (400 × 4.5% × 5) ÷ 12 = (400 × 4.5 ÷ 100 × 5) ÷ 12 = 18 × 5 ÷ 12 = 15 ÷ 2 = 7.5 units.