The MoneyToys APR Calculator for web sites gives your visitors an easy-to-use calculator which calculates annual percentage rates (APR) for mortgage loans. Easily installed with a few lines of HTML, this APR Calculator can be configured to match your site's colors and design.
MoneyToys(tm) financial calculators for websites give webmasters a simple way to add value to a web site by providing their visitors with financial calculators which are easy to install and configure. The cost-effective perpetual license allows you to add long term user-friendly functionality to your web site.
Installation is easy! Simply copy the online calculator to the appropriate directory on your web server and add the included HTML code to your web page. That's all it takes! Then, you can set your own initial values for the calculators and you can make the colors match YOUR site! Configure the font, font size and calculator size to match your site's design. All MoneyToys calculators include step-by-step installation instructions and three sample web pages with cut-and-paste code for your web pages.
Included in the growing collection of 17 MoneyToys web site calculators are:
* Simple Loan Calculator
* Average Interest Rate Calculator
* Biweekly Payment Calculator
* Down Payment Savings Calculator
* Very Simple Loan Calculator
* APR Calculator
* Closing Costs Calculator
* Home Seller's Proceeds
* Refinancing Calculator
* Rent or Buy Calculator
* Loan Spread Calculator
* Cash Flows Calculator
* Future Value Calculator
* Pay Down or Invest Calculator
* Loan Comparisons Calculator
* Mortgage Qualification Calculator
* Payment Calculator
What's New in this Release: Font face and size are now configurable. Improved installation instructions and 3 sample web pages are provided.
Link to MoneyToys APR Calculator sample code
Platform: WinXP,Win2000,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Vista Ultimate,Not Applicable,WinN
Date Added: May 09, 2007
Last check for an update: Mar 24, 2017
Last version date: Sep 10, 2010
Page Visit: 85
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 28, 2008