What is the PMT equation?

I need to create a JavaScript form that does the same calculation as this =PMT() function. mortgage = 220000 rate= 4.75% term = 30 The example formula I have is =PMT(4.75%/12,3

What is the PMT equation?

I need to create a JavaScript form that does the same calculation as this =PMT() function.  mortgage = 220000 rate= 4.75% term = 30

The example formula I have is =PMT(4.75%/12,30*12,220000*-1)

What would be the equation for this function? I tried to look up this function but it doesn't explain it very well.

The equation you want is: P = (Pv*R) / [1 - (1 + R)^(-n)]

where

  • P   = Monthly Payment
  • Pv  = Present Value (starting value of the loan)
  • APR = Annual Percentage Rate
  • R   = Periodic Interest Rate = APR/number of interest periods per year
  • n   = Total number of interest periods (interest periods per year * number of years)

Using the variables above, the Excel =PMT() function is =PMT(R,n,Pv)

So, for your example where:

  • rate (APR) = 4.75% (making R=4.75%/12 or 0.0475/12)
  • mortgage (Pv) = 220000
  • term (# of years) = 30 (n=30*12 with monthly payments)

The equation becomes:  P = ((220000 * (0.0475/12)) / (1 - ((1 + (0.0475/12))^(-1 * 30 * 12))))

Or, with the original equation shown directly below it for comparison: P = ((220000 * (0.0475/12)) / (1 - ((1 + (0.0475/12))^(-1 * 30 * 12)))) P =  (  Pv   *     R      ) / (1 - ( 1 +       R    )^(     -n     )

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