Q: My law firm must calculate the interest from June 30, 2019 to May 28, 2020 on an amount due by an insurance company. I must be able to see the interest that accrues every day. Interest rate is 4% annually and amount is 150,250.33. A: In Margill Law Edition, you would usually use the […]
https://www.margill.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Margill-logo.jpg00Marc Gelinashttps://www.margill.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Margill-logo.jpgMarc Gelinas2020-06-01 16:45:082020-06-01 16:45:08How can I create a schedule where I can see the interest that accrues on a daily basis, every day?
Question: I was wondering who I could contact at Margill for help on calculating a rather complex amortization table. Beginning on 6/25/17 – the principal loan amount was $640,000 at an interest rate of 3% – payments of $3,000 to begin on 1/1/2018. However, a payment of $350,000 was made on 7/12/2017 Additional loan amount […]
Question: How to do erratic payments in Margill Standard/Law Edition Answer: Pretty simple. Once you entered all your loan data. Click Compute, and you will get to the payment schedule: From there, you can change the Pmt date, the Payment amount, and the Rate. You can even use the right click button to get many […]
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Question: I have a principal of $200,000 starting 03/01/2017 (over 24 months) and the last payment to be made on March 1, 2019. First payment is on 4/1/2017 at unknown amount. Two $50,000 lump sum payments to be made on 05/01/2017 and 05/01/2018. I must also compute the payments in between the $50,000 payments. Interest […]
https://www.margill.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Margill-logo.jpg00Marc Gelinashttps://www.margill.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Margill-logo.jpgMarc Gelinas2017-01-12 17:29:102021-03-13 19:05:28Margill Standard/Law versions: How to do an irregular payments schedule