## Reducing balance to flat interest rate converter-Excel

I have previously covered how to convert Flat interest rate to Reducing balance interest rate. **READ HERE.**

In this post I will provide you with excel based calculator to convert reducing balance rate to flat interest rate.

Use the below spreadsheet to input your **reducing balance interest rate to convert it to Flat interest rate.**

**Download reducing balance to flat rate converter Excel:**

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Aslam says

Pls send me Excel sheet calculator for converting reducing rate to flat rate.

Tahir says

Can someone send me the formula please how to convert reducing balance interest rate to flat rate or vice versa, please?

Zee says

Plz send me “Reducing balance to flat interest rate conversion-excel calculator”. Thx 🙂

naveen says

Can you please send me the excel? Urgent pls!!

Sunaise Hamza says

Please send me the calculator.

Thanks in advance.

Mujeeb says

sir its really very helpful. many thnaks.

Xsh says

Appreciated!!! Please send excel sheet showing formula for conversion of reducing rate into flat. Thx 🙂

Luke says

Thanks for this

JOJI says

please forward me Flat to Reducing and Reducing to Flat calculator

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Arun says

please forward me Flat to Reducing and Reducing to Flat calculator

With Regards

Arun

rubi says

tq for the calculator. Could you please give me the formula how to calculate manually beside using this calculator

Jonathan says

Did you managed to get the formula?

Things To Do In Dubai says

Thanks for this been trying to work out how to do this in Excel! Thanks, keep up the good posts!