`APR = (Interest Rate + Fees) * (365 / Loan Term in Days)`

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It is important to understand how to calculate the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) when evaluating loan options. The APR is the interest rate that is charged on a yearly basis, expressed as a percentage. To calculate the APR, you can use either Sourcetable. The formula for calculating APR is:
````APR = (Interest Rate + Fees) * (365 / Loan Term in Days)`

APR stands for Annual Percentage Rate. It is the yearly interest generated by a sum charged to borrowers or paid to investors, expressed as a percentage.

APR includes the interest rate, fees and other charges associated with a loan.

`APR = (Interest Rate + Fees) * (365 / Loan Term in Days)`

Annual percentage rate (APR) is the total amount of interest charged or paid on a loan or investment over the course of one year. It is expressed as a percentage and is calculated by multiplying the interest rate by the amount of time in the year.

APR is expressed as a percentage and is the amount of interest charged or paid over the course of one year. It is calculated by multiplying the interest rate by the amount of time in the year.

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