Power Amortize
Power Amortize
1.6

1.0

Power Amortize free download for Mac

Power Amortize

1.6
07 March 2003

Calculate loan payments/generate amortization tables.

Overview

A simple utility that will calculate loan payments and generate an amortization table that you can print, view or save. Power Amortize can be customized with your name and logo. You can also customize the loan by showing who the table was prepared for and who it was prepared by.

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1 Power Amortize Reviews

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GregS
28 January 2004

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I have been looking for an amortization program for Macintosh OSX. I had used a program called MacAmortize by Charlie Moylan for over 8 years. It printed schedules, let you calculate either Number of Payments, Each Payment, Amount of Loan, or Interest. It is a great program (still runs under System 9 emulation on my G5) but I figured it was outdated. I found a program called Quick Amortize from Donald Perreault and it works wonderfully and is FREE. The big problem with it tho is no printable schedules. I tried Power Amortize and found it awful. Perhaps it is not compatible with OSX 10.3 (Panther) but I could never get it to function correctly. Plus it had an awful looking interface and apparently was programed using FileMaker. It didn't appear to give you any abilty to figure out the separate variables (as the much older MacAmortize would let you). Maybe they would be better off to create a FileMaker template (as I use FileMaker quite often). And perhaps there is a compatibility problem with Panther, but I still can get past the awful look of the interface.
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Version 1.6
GregS
28 January 2004
I have been looking for an amortization program for Macintosh OSX. I had used a program called MacAmortize by Charlie Moylan for over 8 years. It printed schedules, let you calculate either Number of Payments, Each Payment, Amount of Loan, or Interest. It is a great program (still runs under System 9 emulation on my G5) but I figured it was outdated. I found a program called Quick Amortize from Donald Perreault and it works wonderfully and is FREE. The big problem with it tho is no printable schedules. I tried Power Amortize and found it awful. Perhaps it is not compatible with OSX 10.3 (Panther) but I could never get it to function correctly. Plus it had an awful looking interface and apparently was programed using FileMaker. It didn't appear to give you any abilty to figure out the separate variables (as the much older MacAmortize would let you). Maybe they would be better off to create a FileMaker template (as I use FileMaker quite often). And perhaps there is a compatibility problem with Panther, but I still can get past the awful look of the interface.
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Version 1.6
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Anonymous
Anonymous
28 January 2005
try Loan Calculator X - freeware, very similar to the venerable Macamortize
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Version 1.6