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CAN SOMEONE LET ME KNOW IF I DID THESE RIGHT?? PLEASE

1. What is the effective rate of interest for an investment paying 18% compounded monthly?

Effective rate of interest= (1+r)^n-1

r= 18% or .18; compounded monthly= 0.18/12

N= no of period ie 12

Effective rate r= (1+.18/12)^12-1

= 0.1956 ie 19.56%

2. If you want to buy a $25,000 car in 5 years, what single amount must you invest now at 10% compounded quarterly to have the money to pay cash?

Fv= PV(1+i)^n

Fv= 25,000 n=5 years so 5*4= 20 periods; r = 10% compounded quarterly ie .10/4

25,000=PV(1+.10/4)^20

25,000= PV (4.10/4)^20

PV= (25,000/1.025)^20

PV=$15,256.77

3. What is the present value of $50,000, 4 years from now at 12% interest compounded monthly?

Fv= Pv (1+r)^n

Fv=50,000; Pv?; n= 4 years compounded monthly ie 48; R= 12% compounded monthly ie .12/12

50,000= PV (1+.12/12)^48

PV=50,000/(1.01)^48

PV=$31,013.02

4. What is the future value of $5,000 in 15 years if you can earn 12% interest compounded semi-annually?

Fv=PV(1+i)^n

Fv=5,000; n=15 years semi annually= 30 periods; I=12% compounded semi annually=.12/2

5,000= PV (1+.12/2)^30

PV=5,000(1.06)^30

PV=$28,717.46

5. What is the future value of $800 deposited annually at 9% interest for 25 years if the deposits are made at the end of the period? And, if the deposits are made at the beginning of the period?

FV(end)= PMT[(1+i)^n-1)/i] (Ordinary annuity)

FV= $800; i=9% or .09; n=25 years

Fv+800[(1+0.09)^25-1)/0.09

FV=$67,760.72

FV=(beginning)= PMT[((1+i)^n-1)/i](1+r)

FV=$800; I=9% or 0.09; n=25 years

FV=800[(1+0.09)^25-1)/0.09)(1+0.09)

FV=$73,859.18

6. Using the information from the previous problem, how much more interest is earned from the annuity due than from the ordinary annuity?

Annuity due= annuity (beginning) - ordinary annuity

=$73,859.18-$67,760.72= $6,098.46

7. How much must be deposited now in order to withdraw $15,000 at the end of each year for 30 years, if interest is 11% compounded annually?

Annuity the end of each year= 15,000

N=30 years; r= 11% compounded annually

To find PV of an annuity of $15,000 @ the end of each of the year

PV= PMT [1-(I+i)^-n/i

PV=15,000[1-(I+0.11)^-30/0.11]

PV= PMT[1-(I+i)^-n/i

=$130,406.89

8. If you want $2,000,000 in your retirement fund in 45 years, and you can earn 14% compounded annually, what will be your annual contribution? How much interest will you earn?

FV= 2,000,000; N= 45 years; i= 14% compounded annually

We have the FV of an annuity – to find the annuity

FV= PMT [(I+i)^n-1)/i]

2,000,000=PMT [((1+0.14)^45-1)/(0.14]

2,000,000= PMT [2590.5648]

PMT=$772.03

9. If you retire with $1,375,000 in your retirement fund and plan to live for 20 years, how much can you withdraw every year if your investment earns 10%?

PV= 1,375,000 n=20 years i=10%

To find annuity given the PV

PV=PMT [1-(1+i)^-n/I]

1,375,000= PMT [1-(1+0.10)^-20/0.10)

PMT(yearly withdrawl) =$161,506.98

10. How much more interest is earned from ordinary annuity payments of $6,000 per year for 25 years if you can increase your rate of interest from 6% to 9%?

PMT=$6,000 per year; n=25 years; i=6% to 9%

Interest at 6%

FV= PMT [((1+r)^25-1)/0.06]

FV= 6,000[((1+0.06)^25-1)/0.06]

=$329,187.07

Interest at 9%

FV=6,000[(91+0.09)25-1)/0.09]

= $508,205.38

More earned interest 9%- 6% = $508,209.38 - $329,187.07 = $179,018.31

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Keith Leannon
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28 Sep 2019

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