Loan repayment form examples
There are loads of ways to configure the slider form. You can do it in the settings or if you want multiple forms you can use the shortcodes. Below are some example of form configurations. Here are some of the people using the plugin.
The Simple Output
Displays repayment information and interest and totals to pay.
An option in the pro version, it adds an interest slider so you can check repayments at different interest rates. If you want this now contact me.
Another option in the pro version, it adds an interest selector with alternate interest rates.
A pro version option, it subtracts a downpayment from the slider value before calculating the repayments.
Add buttons on the sliders so people can change the values. Ideal for touchscreens
Show step markers on slider. Small steps will mean lots of marker lines. Use with caution.
Add a processing fee before or after after interest is calculated.
Another pro-option, you can now add tooltips to help the lost and bewildered.
Another pro-option, you can add an application form to help with conversions.
This one has the apply now button that links you to a new page (where you can make presumably make an application). This option is only in the pro-version.
This is pro-option. Click here to see the Application Form Demo.
Amortization and Annuity Calculations
Pro users also have the option to calculate repayments using the amortization or annuity formula.
There are a number of bespoke versions of the plugin I’ve created for clients. Here are some of them.
The plugin uses a range of standard formula for interest and repayment calculations. The formulae and examples are all given here.
If you want something else get in contact using the form on the support page or in the comments below