Interest Payments Template

Build a schedule for interest payments with this free plug-and-play template

Author: Christopher Haynes
Christopher Haynes
Christopher Haynes
Asset Management | Investment Banking

Chris currently works as an investment associate with Ascension Ventures, a strategic healthcare venture fund that invests on behalf of thirteen of the nation's leading health systems with $88 billion in combined operating revenue. Previously, Chris served as an investment analyst with New Holland Capital, a hedge fund-of-funds asset management firm with $20 billion under management, and as an investment banking analyst in SunTrust Robinson Humphrey's Financial Sponsor Group.

Chris graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and earned a Master of Finance (MSF) from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.

Reviewed By: Patrick Curtis
Patrick Curtis
Patrick Curtis
Private Equity | Investment Banking

Prior to becoming our CEO & Founder at Wall Street Oasis, Patrick spent three years as a Private Equity Associate for Tailwind Capital in New York and two years as an Investment Banking Analyst at Rothschild.

Patrick has an MBA in Entrepreneurial Management from The Wharton School and a BA in Economics from Williams College.

Last Updated:January 31, 2022

Download WSO's free Interest Payments template below!

This template allows you to build a schedule for interest payments over time.

The template is plug-and-play, and you can enter your own numbers or formulas to auto-populate output numbers. The template also includes other tabs for other elements of a financial model.

According to the WSO Dictionary,

"Interest Expense is the amount of money that a company has to pay to service its debt.

When a company borrows money, that money is used to add assets to the balance sheet (such as buying factories) and shows up as a liability on the Balance Sheet (usually under long term debt) and then the interest payments that the firm has to make on this debt is listed on the income statement under interest expense.

Interest Expense is highly sensitive to interest rates and the amount of cash a company keeps and appears on the Income Statement."

A screenshot below gives you a sneak peek of the template.

Interest Payments Model Template

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