A feature filled WordPress interest calculator

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.

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years
Interest rate is . Interest payable is . Your repayments will be every month
Total you will Pay:
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Interest Slider

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.

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years
1%5%
Interest rate is . Interest payable is . Your repayments will be every month
Total you will Pay:
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Interest Selector

Another option in the pro version, it adds an interest selector with alternate interest rates.

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years
  • Select Interest Rate:
Interest rate is . Interest payable is . Your repayments will be every month
Total you will Pay:
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Downpayments

A pro version option, it subtracts a downpayment from the slider value before calculating the repayments.

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years

Interest rate:
Principle:
Downpayment: (£5000 plus 10%)
Loan amount:
Interest to pay:
Your repayments will be every month

Total you will Pay:
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Buttons

Add buttons on the sliders so people can change the values. Ideal for touchscreens

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years
Total you will Pay:
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Step Markers

Show step markers on slider. Small steps will mean lots of marker lines. Use with caution.

£2000 £3000
1 year36 years
Interest rate is . Interest payable is . Total to pay is
Total you will Pay:
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Processing Fees

Add a processing fee before or after after interest is calculated.

£10000 £30000
1 year36 years
fee added after interest of
Total you will Pay:
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Tooltips

Another pro-option, you can now add tooltips to help the lost and bewildered.

I want to borrow this much:
Would you like tooltips like these on your site? Just ask and they will be delivered with great haste
£10000 £30000
And pay it back over this period:
This is a test to demonstrate the tooltip for the term slider
1 year36 years
Your repayments will be every month at
This is a test to demonstrate the tooltip for the output content
Total you will Pay:
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Application Form

Another pro-option, you can add an application form to help with conversions.

I want to borrow this much:
Would you like tooltips like these on your site? Just ask and they will be delivered with great haste
£10000 £30000
And pay it back over this period:
This is a test to demonstrate the tooltip for the term slider
1 year36 years
Your repayments will be every month at
Total you will Pay:
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Application Button

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.

£1000 £50000
1 year36 years
Total you will Pay:
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Currency Switching

An option to display alternate currencies on the form. This a pro-version feature along with FX calculations.

Application form

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.

Bespoke Versions

There are a number of bespoke versions of the plugin I’ve created for clients. Here are some of them.

Interest Calculations

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

  1. David on 10 Mar 2020:

    Hello There,

    I would like to create “The Simple Output” on my website (But the term would be in months instead of years

    Any guide on how to create it?

    Reply to David

    • Graham on 10 Mar 2020:

      David,
      You just need to change the period from Years to Months and edit the Output Options

      Reply to Graham

      • David on 12 Mar 2020:

        Thanks Graham

        Can I create multiple forms for different loan products (each loan product has a different interest rate and would like to allow site visitors to use the calculator on each product page so I want to embed the different forms on their related product pages.

        Reply to David

        • Graham on 12 Mar 2020:

          Yes you can if you upgrade to pro.

          Reply to Graham

  2. Ian Roberts on 18 Feb 2020:

    Hi, I am looking for someting like this.

    https://www.fundingcircle.com/uk/small-business-loans-calculator/

    is this something you can help with.

    Reply to Ian Roberts

    • Graham on 18 Feb 2020:

      Hi Ian,
      You can already do most of that with the pro-version. The bit that needs adding is the min max limits on the loan amount. But there are better ways to do this. Instead of the warning message, I can change the actual sliders.

      Reply to Graham

  3. Jeff on 13 Feb 2020:

    Also forgot to mention on my last question – will need this to work with Elementor and a bare bones theme.

    Reply to Jeff

  4. Jeff on 13 Feb 2020:

    Hello! Is something like the slider seen on https://www.homelister.com/ possible with your plugin? It also could be as simple as calculating a percentage of a cost. What we are trying to do is show savings from and to based on $299 + 1% to flat $999 vs. 3%

    Reply to Jeff

    • Graham on 13 Feb 2020:

      Hi Jeff,
      There might be a way to do this using shortcodes. Take a look at this. You might be able to use the primary and secondary shortcodes.

      Reply to Graham

  5. Ardit SELIMI on 12 Dec 2019:

    HI,

    I have my site Loan Calculator is installed and I paid for it for full version, i have some questions, how to fix that part I have some attachment pictures to sent to you how it is possible my web site is http://www.patundshmeri-ks.com

    Reply to Ardit SELIMI

    • Graham on 12 Dec 2019:

      Hi Ardit,
      You need to talk to the theme developers. They have modified the code, it’s the theme that breaks the plugin.

      Reply to Graham

  6. Alina on 11 Oct 2019:

    Hi,

    Could you provide me with more details of what this custom feature would imply as cost and time of implementation? I have currently acquired the pro version of your plugin.

    Thank you!

    Reply to Alina

  7. Alina on 12 Sep 2019:

    Please see screenshot: http://prntscr.com/p55few

    Reply to Alina

  8. Alina on 12 Sep 2019:

    You mean that we could have 3 columns (types) of interest rates sequences?

    Reply to Alina

    • Graham on 12 Sep 2019:

      Did you look at the page I linked to? It shows you can create an interest rate selector. It means your visitors will select the type of loan and the calculator will adjust the output accordingly. If you want three columns when you set interest rate triggers for differing loans you can’t so this. But I can build you a version that does this. I shouldn’t be to expensive.

      Reply to Graham

  9. Alina on 11 Sep 2019:

    Hi,
    I’m wondering if with your pro version we can implement a loan calculator with 3 sequences of interest rates. Something like this: https://www.expresscredit.ro/calculator-credit.html

    Where you choose the type of interest sequence (type of loan). Each of the three sequences change there interest rates accordingly to the sums that the person wants as a loan (triggered by sums). Two of those 3 types of loans have smaller interest rates than the third.

    Reply to Alina

  10. Javier on 22 May 2019:

    Hi! I love your plugin Loan Payments Plugin and I will buy the Pro version very soon.

    But I have an issue: The “Form Header” text I enter does not show in the form, despite it says “Add a title to the top of the form.”

    Can you help me make it work? Thanks!

    Reply to Javier

  11. Krys on 23 Mar 2019:

    the cost of the loan is presented by the bank in percent. For example, 1.99% or 11.99%. Is it possible to somehow convert it in the form?

    Reply to Krys

    • Graham on 23 Mar 2019:

      Krys,
      Not quite sure what you mean. Do you have an example you can show me?

      Reply to Graham

  12. David Weaver on 19 Jun 2018:

    What setting changes the width of the sliders? I would like for each slider to be in its own row.

    http://debtadvisorsus.com/debt-calculator/

    Reply to David Weaver

    • Graham on 19 Jun 2018:

      Hi David,
      Disable the other calculator plugin and it will all work.

      Reply to Graham

  13. Steven on 25 Jan 2018:

    Is there a way for the user to change the interest rate, possibly via a slider?

    Reply to Steven

    • Graham on 25 Jan 2018:

      Hi Stephen,
      I built a version for a client that had an interest slider: http://harold.loanpaymentplugin.com/

      I have thought about adding it to the pro version but it’s a lot of work as it will negate all the interest triggers and make doing the repayment calculations a real pain. But if it’s something you really want we may be able to sort something out.

      Reply to Graham

  14. Banks on 14 Mar 2017:

    Good day, Please how do i set up the repayment table and the banks comparison table from the free plug in version? Also what if the user needs to input the user name by themselves from the front end?

    Reply to Banks

    • Graham on 14 Mar 2017:

      Hi Banks,
      The bank comparison is a bespoke version for a client in Norway. I you want something similar I can build it for you. But I can’t do it for free as there is a lot of work involved. Not sure what you mean by inputting the user name.

      Reply to Graham

  15. Herbert on 28 Dec 2016:

    Dear Graham
    Thanks so much I use the divider but it gives worry figure for monthly payment.
    thanks

    Reply to Herbert

  16. Herbert on 23 Dec 2016:

    This is quite good and lovely plugin.

    How can I get this settings below with monthly and total amount to pay

    Your repayments will be £349.33 each month
    Interest to pay: £960.00
    Total to Pay: £20960.00

    Reply to Herbert

    • Graham on 24 Dec 2016:

      Herbert,
      If the loan is over a number of years and repayments are in months you need to use the Repayment Divider I’ve added to This Version of the plugin. If it works let me know and I’ll upload to the plugin repository.

      Reply to Graham

      • Herbert on 28 Dec 2016:

        Dear Graham
        Can this plugin achieve the result of as this:
        Borrowing ₦200,000.00 for 3 months requires a monthly repayment of ₦77,861.00
        this is from http://www.zedvance.com
        I will be glad if it be done.
        thanks

        Reply to Herbert

        • Graham on 30 Dec 2016:

          Herbert,
          That should all work but I don’t now how the got the figure of 77,861.

          Reply to Graham

      • Alex on 19 Jan 2017:

        Hi there,
        great WP-plugin u made, thank you! really nice, like it a lot )

        I downloaded that version with ‘divider’, its better but I still have a couple of questions if that’s Ok?
        -first, I found an “Upgrade to Pro” button -> gives you a form to add – sounds awesome, but the link doesn’t seems to work? leads to an empty page inside WP panel. Is it operational to get Pro version, can you fix it? I’m interested to acquire that.

        -in your plugin you use Currency ($) in front of a Amount, but I need Currency symbol to be placed after Amount. Is it possible to do so and how?

        -how can I make Interest value changing while changing/dragging repayment Slider?
        right now it simply showing Total interest over a period, but I need Interest changing if I choose 6 months or 12 months (total interest per year is the same of course)

        Really appreciate your answers!

        Reply to Alex

        • Graham on 19 Jan 2017:

          Alex,
          Just emailed you a new version where the upgrade button works properly. And it gives you the option to put the currency symbol after. There is also the option to display the interest below the slider. In fact all sorts of options. If you really want to go to town you can get a bespoke version a bit like this one I built for a client: http://fisicx.testblog.co.uk/. Move the bottom slider to see all sorts of magic happen.

          Reply to Graham

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