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As a business owner, it is crucial that you borrow funds at a cost-effective interest rate. To plan repayment efficiently, be sure to use the EMI calculator.

An equated monthly instalment (EMI) is a pre-determined monthly payment made by a borrower to a lender on a pre-determined date each month. EMIs comprise interest and principal, and the loan is paid off in full over a period of years, called tenure.

Borrowers benefit from a fixed EMI amount since they know exactly how much money they'll have to pay each month toward their loan, making financial planning easier.

A Business EMI calculator helps you in keeping track of monthly instalments in the form of EMIs that you need to pay to your lender.

Poonawalla Fincorp offers a free EMI calculator to help you plan your loan without any hassle. You can calculate your Business Loan EMI, know the total interest outgo, and access the amortization schedule.

Step 1: Visit the calculator webpage -
Step 2: Input the loan amount you require
Step 3: Fill in the interest rate offered to you by Poonawalla Fincorp
Step 4: Enter the loan duration under the ‘Tenure’ section
Step 5: View results under the ‘EMI Amount’ section’

There are three ways to calculate EMIs:

  • Online calculator: The simplest, quickest, and easiest way to compute monthly instalments is by using loan EMI calculator. Here, all you need to do is enter the values for three main components namely Loan Amount, Interest Rate and Tenure, and the result is auto generated within seconds.
  • Microsoft Excel: This method is fairly simple. Here, using the Excel program, input the ‘PMT’ formula. Once selected, enter loan data into the following variables accurately:
    ○ ‘Rate’: This is the rate of interest every month (Rate of interest / 12)
    ○ ‘NPER’: This stands for loan tenure in months
    ○ ‘PV’: This denotes the loan amount or principal value
    Upon entering the above-mentioned details, be sure to leave the values for ‘FV’ and ‘Type’ as 0 and 1, respectively.
  • Manual calculation: This is the most difficult way to calculate Business Loan EMI values as it requires manual calculation using the following formula:
    EMI = [P x R x (1+R) ^ N] / [(1+R) ^ (N-1)]
    ‘P’ denotes the principal amount
    ‘N’ denotes the tenure in months
    ‘R’ denotes the interest rate applicable every month

How Much Will be the EMI for a ₹10 Lakh Loan?

If you apply for a ₹10 Lakh Loan at a 15% interest rate for a period of 4 years, your loan EMI amount will be approximately ₹27,831*. You can use the Business Loan EMI calculator to determine the interest rate and tenure that best works as per your financial condition.

There are four ways to reduce the EMI amount:

  • Minimise the loan amount you wish to borrow - By reducing the loan amount that you wish to borrow, you can lower the EMI as the monthly repayments for the loan will be reduced. You can also check how much the EMI will reduce with the Business Loan EMI calculator by adjusting the loan amount field.
  • Opt for a longer tenure – If you opt for a longer tenure, your EMI will be divided over a longer time, which will help you in paying less EMI every month. But do remember that this option will make you pay more interest on the Business Loan.
  • Secure a lower interest rate - If you manage to secure a lower interest rate, you can pay a lower EMI amount as the interest rate is a determining factor in calculating your loan EMI. Having an excellent credit score can help you to achieve the same.
  • Prepay your loan - If you manage to prepay some part of your Business Loan at least once during the loan tenure, the remaining loan amount will reduce and lead to lower EMI.

Three key factors affect EMIs. Here is a breakdown of each for your understanding:

  • Loan amount: This is the sanction you receive on your Business Loan, and it directly affects the EMI amount. The EMIs on a small-ticket loan will be lower than the EMIs on a big-ticket loan with identical tenure and interest rates.
  • Interest rate: This is the rate at which interest is calculated on the principal amount. For a Business Loan from Poonawalla Fincorp, it starts from a very attractive low interest rate compared to other lenders. For the same loan amount and tenure, loans sanctioned at a higher rate will have higher EMIs as compared to loans with lower rates.
  • Tenure: This is the repayment window and is another critical factor that affects your Business Loan EMI value. In this case, opting for a lower tenure increases the EMI amount as you have a smaller window to repay debt. Alternatively, if you’re looking for affordable EMIs, a long-tenure loan is a better fit.

How is Business Loan interest decided?

The interest rate is decided based on the market conditions, the lender’s credit policy, and the applicant’s financial profile.

Can I use the EMI calculator for free?

Yes. You can use the Poonawalla Fincorp EMI Calculator, also known as a Business Loan interest rate calculator for free online.

Is there a way to access the online repayment schedule?

You can simply enter the accurate values into the EMI calculator and click on ‘Download Repayment Schedule’. A PDF file will be automatically downloaded with all the details.

Why should I use the Business Loan EMI calculator?

The Business Loan EMI calculator is a tool that can come in handy when planning a loan. As a business owner, you can use it to identify suitable repayment plans based on your business goals.

How do I access the amortization schedule?

To access the amortization schedule, all you need to do is calculate your EMI amount based on the loan terms offered to you with the help of an EMI calculator and then click on ‘Check Repayment Schedule’.

What is an MSME Loan calculator?

The MSME Loan calculator is a calculator which is used by Micro, Small and Medium enterprises for calculating the EMI they need to pay after borrowing a loan from a creditor. The EMI calculator and MSME EMI calculator are one and the same in terms of usage.

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