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Stock market closed Monday November 2nd at +.94% or +165.22 points
You recently purchased a vacation home on the cape. You financed $275,000 at 8.5 percent over 15 years.
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How much is your monthly payment?
b.
How much interest will you pay over
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Hollings Corp. distributed $2,500,000 in dividends from Net Income of $4,000,000. Depreciation was $500,000. The firms Retained Earnings was:
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What information is conveyed in an Income Statement?
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What information is conveyed in a Balance Sheet?
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Chapter 8
Capital Budgeting
What is capital budgeting: the process of planning expenditures on assets whose cash flows are
expected to extend beyond one year.
Independent vs. mutually exclusive projects:
o Independent projects- when cash flows of 1 projec
WOOKSHEET 1, FINANCE 3131, PROFESSOR PAUL
CALCULATING INTEREST PAYMENTS, INTEREST RATES AND ORIGINAL AMOUNT
1. Calculate the interest accrued in one year on $100 at 7 % interest.
2. If you invest $500 and earn $35 in interest the first year. What rate of
WORKSHEET 2, FUTURE VALUE WORKSHEET, FINANCE 313, PROFESSOR
PAUL
1. Calculate the FUTURE VALUE of $1,000 invested for 10 years at 6% interest
Compounded annually:
Compounded semiannually:
Compounded quarterly:
Compounded monthly:
Why does the future value
WORKSHEET 6, FINANCE 3131, PROFESSOR PAUL
CALCULATING THE NUMBER OF PAYMENTS
1. Calculate the number of monthly payments required to accumulate a future value of
$7,000 with payments of $350/month at four percent interest compounded monthly.
2. Calculate
WORKSHEET 4, FINANCE 3131, PROFESSOR PAUL
CALCULATING PAYMENTS
1. Calculate the payment on a present value of $10,000 financed for 10 years at seven
percent compounded on payment date:
Calculate the annual payment:
Calculate the semi-annual payment:
Calcu
WORKSHEET 5, FINANCE 3131, PROFESSOR PAUL
CALCULATING THE INTEREST RATE
1. Calculate the annual interest rate for a present value of $1,000 and a future value of
$2000 in ten years.
2. Calculate the annual interest rate compounded quarterly for a present
WORKSHEET 3, FINANCE 3131, PROFESSOR PAUL
CALCULATING PRESENT VALUE
1. Calculate the present value of $2,000 received in five years at nine percent.
Compounded annually:
Compounded semi-annually:
Compounded quarterly:
Compounded monthly:
Compounded daily