An annuity loan (instalment credit) is repaid with constant monthly instalments, which cover proportionate interest and part of the repayment. In order for the instalment to stay constant over time, interest payments as a proportion of the loan decline while the amortization increases, until the loan is fully repaid. More detailed information on the calculation of annuity loans can for example be found in this Wikipedia article.

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