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Define an annuity (In time value of money language)

A series of equal payments made in saving to meet a financial goal

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Define an annuity due (In time value of money language)

An annuity where payments are made at the beginining of the period (month , quarter, year and so forth)

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Define an ordinary annuity (In time value of money language)

An Annuity where payments are made at the end of the period (month, quarter, year and so forth)

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Compunding

The process of interest being earned on increasing sums of principal and interest over time is known as compounding.

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Discounting

Discounting is the process of determining how much a future sum is worth in terms of its present value

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TVM Calculations tip

You must at least enter 3 of the 5 main values in TMV to solve for a TVM problem. -PV -FV -PMT -N -I/YR

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PV (Present Value)

This is usually a negative input on your calculator when you ar solving for a fuutre value, or when a future value is also and entry into the probem. This is only calculator logic - so that the calculator knows it is in present and not future value - and othersie has no financial relavance in deriving the correct answer to the time value of money problme. This will become clear as you work the problem.

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FV (Future Value)

This is usually a positive input on your calculator.

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PMT (payment)

This may be either a negative or positive input depending on the nature of the cash flow payment from the perspecitve of the client. If the payment is a cash out-flow, it is entered in the calculator as a negative; if the payment is a cash inclow, it is entered in the calculator as a positive.

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N (number of periods)

When using the 1 P/YR setting for a calculation with greater than one payment (period) per year, multiply the appropriate factor by the number of years. For example, monthly payments for 10 years is entered as 10x12 = 120N

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I/YR (interest rate or rate of return)

When using the 1 P/YR setting for a calculation which is greater than one payment (period) per year, divide the annual interest rate by the appropriate number of periods per year. For example, monthly payments with 6% interest compunded montjly is entered as 6/12 = .50 I/YR.

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Future value of a single sum

Single sum is the PV and compounded at a specific rate for a period of time to obtain the FV

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Present value of a single sum

The value today of a single sum that will be recievd in the futuer when dicounted for a given number of periods and at a given interest rate.

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Future sum of an annuity

The accmumulations of funds to meet a future financial goal

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Fixed Paymnets

Unchanged payments over the entire period of the annuity

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Serial Payments

Commonly means that the payment increases each year by the amount fo inflation (so as to have a constance or real doola amount)

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Rule of 72

Shortcut to figure out how long it will take for an invesment to double 72/# of years = Rate of return needed 72/rate of return = number of years for investment to double.