TopicQuickBooks Loan Manager – An Overview

  • Wed 16th Sep 2020 - 1:17pm

    QuickBooks Loan Manager allows you to decompose every payment to correct amounts of principal & interest payable. You can easily set up and process monthly installment payments and adjust them if you miss a payment. In this blog, we will get to know how to track new and existing loans, create repayments and run some different ‘what-if scenarios’ for comparison on different loan choices.

    How is QuickBooks Loan Manager Helpful?

    Let’s see how  Loan Manager in QuickBooks works. Any loan needs a fixed monthly payment, and this includes the monthly compounded interest at a fixed rate, the monthly principal installments, the decreased interest portion and the increased principal portion that grows with each installment payment throughout the Loan.

    Now, we know the Loan is issued at a fixed interest rate and with every installment reduces the principal amount of the outstanding loan, the interest paid of the fixed amount of installment payment is also lower.

    The Loan Manager calculates the amortization schedule and keeps track of current due installment as well as the outstanding loan balance. Therefore, anyone using QuickBooks does not have to calculate the correct allocation of interest & the principal reduction in every monthly payment. Moreover, you do not have to track every payment to the amortization schedule.

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