Function to create an amortization fund table in R

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Function to create an amortization fund table.
We establish the precision with which we want to work

options(digits = 7)

we say we do not want to work in scientific notation
 

options(scipen = 999)

We declare vectors to store the values of the different variables

I <- numeric();CA <<- numeric();SF <<- numeric()

We give values for the amount, number of periods and interest rate
 
M <- 2400000
n <- 50
i <- 3.7/100

We create function:
 

f.amort <- function(M,i,n) {
 
  R <<- M*i/(((1 + i)**n)-1)
  I[1] <<- 0
  I[2] <<- R*i
  CA[1] <<- R
  SF[1] <<- R
 
  for (k in 1:(n-1)) { 
   
    CA[k+1] <<- R + I[k+1]
    SF[k+1] <<- SF[k] + CA[k+1]
   
    if (k < n-1){
      I[k+2] <<- SF[k+1]*i 
    }
  }
}

f.amort(M, i, n)

tabla <- cbind(I,CA,SF)
rtotal <- R*n
totales <- c(rtotal,sum(I),sum(CA),000)
renta <- c(R, recursive=TRUE)

tabla <- cbind(renta, tabla)
tabla <- rbind(tabla, totales)
colnames(tabla) <- c(“Rent”,”Interest”,”
Accumulated Amount“, “Closing Balance“)

You can get the script in:
https://github.com/pakinja/-Financial-Mathematics-in-R/blob/master/AmortizationFund.r

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