The table below shows an example of a Standard Debt and Payment Schedule using actual numbers from one of our case studies. It contains the amount of debt (principal) and the compounded-interest (interest) associated with the debt as well as the amount of time (term length) required to pay the loan off according to the creditor’s payment schedule. The Total Debt amount reflects the total cost of the principal and interest spread out over the term of the loan. If the debt is paid according to the creditor’s terms it will take OVER 40 YEARS to payoff!!
As previously stated, these numbers are derived from an actual case study. As a result of attending the Nehemiah’s Redemption Seminar you will learn, as this person did, how to significantly reduce the amount of interest normally paid on loans if paid according to the creditor’s terms and significantly reduce the loan’s term length. We will show you and help you understand the tactics and strategies required to eliminate your debt in a minimum amount of time WITHOUT THE LOAN!!!
|Standard Debt and Payment Schedule|
|Debt Service||Monthly Payment||Term Length||Interest Savings||Term Reduction %|
|Total Debt||$336,139.00||$2669.88||40 yrs.||-0-||0%|
|Debt and Payment Schedule after example #1 applied|
|Total Debt||$313,177.00||$2669.88||18 yrs.||$22,960.30 (15%)||56%|
|Debt and Payment Schedule after example #2 applied|
|Total Debt||$257,647.00||$2669.88||8 yrs.||$78,492.52 (50%)||80%|
|What’s the difference in savings between Options #1 and #2?
An additional 14 years term reduction and over $55,500 more in savings!!
When compared with the original payoff schedule, applying the combination of Options #1 and #2 yields a total cost savings of over $78,000 and reduces the debt term by over 32 years!!!
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