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Lesson #12-Cap Sheet

# All are left in the investment to compound at the end

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Unformatted text preview: t to compound. At the end of 4 years, this investment has grown to \$14,641 (see below) Balance Balance today \$10,000 Year 1 interest (10% x \$10,000) \$1,000 \$11,000 Year 2 interest (10% x \$11,000) \$1,100 \$12,100 Year 3 interest (10% x \$12,100) \$1,210 \$13,310 Year 4 interest (10% x \$13,310) \$1,331 \$14,641 To calculate the Present Value of a one time cash inflow of \$14,641 four years from today (@ 10% interest) go to Table on page 204. Look under the 10% column for 4 years. The factor is .68301. \$14,641 x .68301 = \$9,999.95 (difference is due to rounding) So \$10,000 today is equal to \$14,641 four years from now if interest rates are 10%/year. Table Page 205 What is the Prese...
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