Aug 30 2021 08:07 AM
Aug 30 2021 08:07 AM
HP all in one, Windows 10
I am borrowing funds to finance a private mortgage. i want to track the interest paid on the loan for tax purposes, as well as track the interest charged to finance the mortgage as they are at 2 different rates. the interested charged to finance will be on the depreciating balance of the mortgage.
any suggestions please?
Aug 30 2021 10:56 AMSolution
First suggestion: Please post a copy of whatever spreadsheet you've developed so far.
This would include the various numbers to incorporate:
Are you expecting both loan and mortgage payments to include principle AND interest, or will one or both be interest only? Do you want to allow for payments over and above the principle?
I gather you're the one who will be paying off the loan, and you are the one granting the mortgage... it's not necessary for you to reveal private or confidential data here, but it would help if your role is clear AND if some realm of reality is reflected in the numbers referenced above (i.e., you don't need to tell us the actual amounts of the loan/mortagage, but something that gives an idea of the ratio....and is somewhat "real world" like)
Aug 30 2021 11:12 AM
Aug 30 2021 12:16 PM
See if the attached makes sense. FWIW, I know my way around Excel, but am NOT a financial expert. The financial functions are available to you as they are to me. I tried to make sense of them here, and think the numbers look realistic, but would happily hear from others who may know them more fully.
I did make use of a few assumptions which you can change, in the tables there with a light blue background. The variables there are referenced by name in the formulas.
In the case of the Loan, I kept the loan balance as a steady 350K; in the case of the mortgage, the balance declines by the amount of principle paid each month.
Aug 30 2021 01:24 PM
made some adjustments keeping the mortgage payment the same each bi week as well as the payment to the loan.
do these make sense to you
Aug 30 2021 03:30 PM
Since the mortgage is a private one, you and the payor can pretty much do whatever you like. To give added flexibility, I've added a column here to account for additional payments in case the payor chooses to pay extra in any given period.
And then, since you apparently want your payment of principle to the bank loaning you the money-- you want that principle payment to equal the amount paid on principle payment on the mortgage--I've modified the formula there to accomplish that. But also, because the interest rates and payment periods of the two loans are quite different--bi-weekly vs monthly--you can't just copy the balance column from the one to the other. In fact, since you're repaying the loan monthly and getting paid by the mortgage bi-weekly, you will need to pay a larger amount per month than the bi-weekly principle payment you receive. Mathematically, it would work out to 26/12 times the bi-weekly payment of $708.26. The resulting number is $1534.55.
Otherwise, I think those all look reasonable. You can see how changing the assumptions in the cells with blue backgrounds will cascade through the entire spreadsheet.
Aug 30 2021 03:45 PM
Aug 30 2021 05:11 PM