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### 06 Understand Time Value of Money

Course: HACE 3200, Spring 2011
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Value Time of Money Chapter 3 A dollar received today is worth more than a dollar received in the future. The sooner your money can earn interest, the faster the interest can earn interest the faster the interest can earn interest. Understanding The Time Value of Money: Interest and Compound Interest _______________________ (i) -- is the return you receive for investing your money. Compound interest -- is...

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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Importance of Tax PlanningChapter 4Tax Planning and StrategiesIncome Tax Structure _- progressive tax meaningthat the more you earn the more you pay _ - income ranges for whichthe same marginal tax rate appliesthe same marginal
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.The Need for Liquidity Liquidity offers _Chapter 5Cash or Liquid AssetManagementRisks associated with liquid assets_ trade-off - higher liquidity meanslower returns_ risk - cash on hand is easier tospendenables you to have im
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Today: Chapter 6Using Credit Cards:The Role of Open CreditDefinitions and Examples of Credit_ receiving cash, goods, orservices with an obligation to pay later._ credit that you canmust repay in fixed paymentsmust repay in fixe
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Characteristics of ConsumerloansChapter 7Using Consumer Loans:The Role of Planned Borrowing Single payment (balloon) vs. installmentloans (_) Secured vs. unsecured Variable rate (tied to other national rate)(tivs. fixed rate
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Your automobile!Chapter 8The Automobile Decision Is a__: a good that providesbenefits that extend beyond oneyear.Expenses Expenses for auto include: Insurance (vehicle model, driving record) _ (annual periodicexpense)expen
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.HousingWeighing the alternatives ofrenting vs. buying Personal and lifestyle considerations Financial considerations http:/www.kiplinger.com/tools/Houses Typically single-family, free-standingdwellings _more spacespacegreat
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.TheInsuranceIndustryChapter9TheRoleofLifeandHealthInsuranceInsurance Ininsurance,_isdefinedasuncertaintywithrespecttoeconomicloss. Whenyouhaveafinancialinterestinsomething(life,health,income,property)youfaceriskthatyourbudgetca
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Why insurance? Risk: an uncertainty with respect toeconomic loss.Chapter 9The Role of Life and HealthInsurance Risk avoidance Loss preventionprevention Risk assumption Insurance (shared risk)Average Annual HealthPremiumHea
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.A question:Chapter 10Property and Liability Insurance Suppose a tornado destroyed your home.Could you afford to replace your dwellingand its contents? Most people cant. Events like this canpeople can Events like this cancause f
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.The Personal Automobile Policy(PAP)Chapter 10Property and Liability InsuranceAuto Insurance _ million car crashes in theU.S. annually, or about 1 accident forevery 5 licensed drivers.TermsTerms: _ Insurance: protectsagainst
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Security Markets: a place whereyou buy or sell securitiesChapter 12 The primary markets Secondary markets - stocks Secondary markets - bondsSecurities MarketsA SecurityThe _ Market An investment instrument, other than aninsur
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Chapter 13Basics of Investing in StocksStock is a share in the ownership of acompany.Why would a company offer this?Investing in StocksCompany ownership.One vote per share to elect the_ at annualmeetings is the extent to which
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.What are bonds?Chapter 14Investing in bonds and otherinvestments Similar to an I.O.U. When you purchase a bond,you are lending money to a government,municipality, corporation, federal agency orother entity known as the issuer.
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.What Is a Mutual Fund?Chapter 15Mutual Funds: An Easy Way toDiversify_ that pools money frominvestors to buy stocks, bonds, and otherinvestments. Investors own a share of thefund proportionate to the amount of theinvestment.Wh
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Do your researchChapter 16 Best places to retire: http:/money.cnn.com/best/bpretire/Retirement Planning:Finding your own pot of gold atthe end of the rainbow.Retirement Its Up to YOU! Start saving today although retirementseem
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Prentice-Hall, Inc.Funeral PlanningChapter 17Estate Planning: Saving YourHeirs Money and HeadachesObjectives of Estate PlanningDistribute _Provide for dependentsSelect guardians for minorsMinimize estate and inheritance taxesMinimize settlement
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H ACE 3200 CHAPTER 2 PRACTICE PROBLEMS: RATIOS1. John and Kate sat down and did their balance sheet. They find that they have:\$1,700 in savings; 2 cars worth \$10,400 each; \$8,000 in checking; \$25,000 in theirt rust fund; \$3,000 in cash; and \$18,000 in
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HACE 3200 I=P*R*T Practice problemsCalculation of interest under the simple interest method is as follows: Interest = Principle *Rate * Time *remember to keep time in relation to 1 year. For example: 12 months = T = 1;24 months = T = 2; 6 months = T =
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EXAM 3INVESTING PRACTICE PROBLEMSQuestion 1If you want to have \$2.3 million dollars (\$2,300,000) in your investment account in 30years and you can earn an annual rate of return on your investments of 9.5%, how muchdo you need to invest annually to ha
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HACE 3200 EXAM 3MORE INVESTING PRACTICE PROBLEMSIf you want to have \$3.2 million dollars in your stock portfolio in 25 years and you canearn an annual rate of return on your investments of 8.2%, how much do you need toinvest annually to have \$3.2 mill
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Finals practice problems. You should end up with the answer that is given.April wants to have 1.75 Million dollars in her retirement account in 45 years. If she gets anannual rate of return of 7.75% on her investment. How much does she need to save each
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1. The average cost of a wedding is \$20,000 today. What will the cost of a wedding be in 5years if prices increase at a rate of 4% due to inflation.2. Today Sally has \$20,000 in savings for her wedding which is 5 years away. She has it inan account ear
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TVM PRACTICE PROBLEMS1. You received a \$3,000 academic award this year. You placed it in a savingsaccount paying 8% annual interest. Inflation is running at an annual rate of4.17%. Controlling for inflation, How much will your account be worth in 5yea
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Time Value of Money SINGLE PAYMENT1. What is the future value of \$500 if it is invested in an account for 30 years and earns anAnnual Percentage Rate of 15% compounded annually2. What is the future value of \$500 if it is invested in an account for 30 y
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Time value of moneyannuities1. You anticipate that you will need \$10,000 to travel to Spain in 8 years. However,inflation will make your trip cost more. Inflation is currently running at 1.88%.Controlling for inflation, how much must you deposit each y
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UGA - STAT - 4260
UGA - STAT - 4260
Scheaffer,Mendenhall,OttExercises4.14p=yin B = 2=25 5= = 0.83 30 6pq N n (5 / 6)(1 / 6) 300 30 =2 =.131 N 300 n 1294.15B=.05D=B2/4=(.05)2/4=.000625FromEquation(4.19),wehaven=Npq300 (5 / 6) (1 / 6)== 127.90 128 ( N 1) D + pq 299
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UGA - STAT - 4260
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STAT 4/6240, Fall 2010HW3, will not be collectedI have attached scanned pages from the book by Scheaer et al. I have marked a few problems inthese scanned pages.1. Problem 3.16, Scheaer et al. This problem is related to my comments in the rst paragrap
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Simple Random Sampling (continued)Scheaer et al. in Chapter 4 of their book considered the following case study as partof application of simple random sampling. To nd out if Americans are consuming lessalcohol, a Gallup poll of approximately 1200 Ameri
UGA - STAT - 4260
UGA - STAT - 4260
Simple Random Sampling (continued)Scheaer et al. in Chapter 4 of their book considered the following case study as partof application of simple random sampling. To nd out if Americans are consuming lessalcohol, a Gallup poll of approximately 1200 Ameri
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Austin WenSTAT 4260Final Project First DraftI.IntroductionThe original objective of this project is to estimate the mean batting average of all theMajor League Baseball players in the 2010 season. However, not everyone had the sameopportunity to ba
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Austin WenSTAT 4260HW 2Due September-03-20101.Exercise 1 page.61a. yU=98+102+154+133+190+1756=142b. Let y be the mean of the sample values.c.(Plan 1)d. Same. Samplf. P(g. Samplee, SS)pleNumeamben (x )ri. 1j. 98,k. 1/l. 147.154,
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Austin WenSTAT 4260 HW6October 4th, 2010
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Austin WenSAT 4240 HW86.1 A forester is interested in estimating the total volume of trees in a timber sale. Herecords the volume for each tree in a simple random sample. In addition, he measures thebasal area for each tree marked for sale. He then us
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Player1 I Suzuki2 D Jeter3 M Young4 J Pierre5 M Scutaro6 N Markakis7 D Span8 R Cano9 A Jackson10 H Kendrick11 M Cuddyer12 C Figgins13 M Teixeira14 C Crawford15 B Butler16 V Guerrero17 J Lopez18 V Wells19 A Beltre20 E Andrus21 A Ramire
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Austin WenSTAT4260 HW97.1 Suppose that a home mortgage company has N mortgages numbered serially in theorder that they were granted over a period of 20 years. There is a generally increasing trend inthe unpaid balances because of the rising cost of ho
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Stratied Random SamplingScheaer et al. in Chapter 5 of their book considered the following case study as anapplication of stratied sampling. An important problem of national concern involvesthe estimation of the health care cost. These costs are studie
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Chapter OneRole of the Financial SystemI.Role of the Financial System1. Purpose of financial system is to facilitate the movement of money from whoever has theexcess at the moment to whoever needs more than they currently have, so it can be spent.2.
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Chapter 2The Federal Reserve and Its PowersI.Origins of the Federal Reserve SystemA central bank regulates a nations money supply and financial institutions in anattempt to provide the nation with a stable economic environment and an effectivepaymen