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- Compound Interest And Present Value
- Mathematics of Finance
- 11.E: Compound Interest- Annuities (Exercises)

*The fundamental idea is that a dollar received today is worth more than a dollar to be received in the future. This result occurs because a dollar in hand today can be invested to generate additional immediate returns.*

## Compound Interest And Present Value

Instead, we save for the future by depositing a smaller amount of money from each paycheck into the bank. In this section, we will explore the math behind specific kinds of accounts that gain interest over time, like retirement accounts.

We will also explore how mortgages and car loans, called installment loans, are calculated. This idea is called a savings annuity. Most retirement plans like k plans or IRA plans are examples of savings annuities. An annuity can be described recursively in a fairly simple way. Recall that basic compound interest follows from the relationship.

For a savings annuity, we simply need to add a deposit, d , to the account with each compounding period:. Taking this equation from recursive form to explicit form is a bit trickier than with compound interest. It will be easiest to see by working with an example rather than working in general. We assume that the account is compounded with the same frequency as we make deposits unless stated otherwise. Write an explicit formula that represents this scenario. In other words, after m months, the first deposit will have earned compound interest for m- 1 months.

The most recent deposit will have earned no interest yet. To simplify things, multiply both sides of the equation by 1. Factor out of the terms on the left side. Recall 0. If the compounding frequency is not explicitly stated, assume there are the same number of compounds in a year as there are deposits made in a year. Annuities assume that you put money in the account on a regular schedule every month, year, quarter, etc.

Compound interest assumes that you put money in the account once and let it sit there earning interest. A traditional individual retirement account IRA is a special type of retirement account in which the money you invest is exempt from income taxes until you withdraw it. Notice we multiplied N times k before putting it into the exponent. It is a simple computation and will make it easier to enter into Desmos:. The difference between what you end up with and how much you put in is the interest earned.

This example is explained in detail here. Notice that each part was worked out separately and rounded. The answer above where we used Desmos is more accurate as the rounding was left until the end. You can work the problem either way, but be sure if you do follow the video below that you round out far enough for an accurate answer. How much is from interest? Click here to try this problem. Financial planners typically recommend that you have a certain amount of savings upon retirement.

If you know the future value of the account, you can solve for the monthly contribution amount that will give you the desired result. In the next example, we will show you how this works.

How much do you need to deposit each month to meet your retirement goal? In the last section you learned about annuities. In an annuity, you start with nothing, put money into an account on a regular basis, and end up with money in your account. In this section, we will learn about a variation called a Payout Annuity.

With a payout annuity, you start with money in the account, and pull money out of the account on a regular basis. Any remaining money in the account earns interest. After a fixed amount of time, the account will end up empty. Payout annuities are typically used after retirement. You want the money to last you 20 years. This is a payout annuity. The formula is derived in a similar way as we did for savings annuities. The details are omitted here. Like with annuities, the compounding frequency is not always explicitly given, but is determined by how often you take the withdrawals.

Payout annuities assume that you take money from the account on a regular schedule every month, year, quarter, etc. How much will you need in your account when you retire?

The problem above was worked in sections, but remember you can entire the entire problem all at once in your Desmos calculator and avoid rounding. The difference between what you pulled out and what you started with is the interest earned.

With these problems, you need to raise numbers to negative powers. Most calculators have a separate button for negating a number that is different than the subtraction button. If your calculator displays operations on it typically a calculator with multiline display , to calculate 1. You want to be able to take monthly withdrawals from the account for a total of 30 years.

How much will you be able to withdraw each month? It is worth noting that usually donors instead specify that only interest is to be used for scholarship, which makes the original donation last indefinitely.

In the last section, you learned about payout annuities. In this section, you will learn about conventional loans also called amortized loans or installment loans.

Examples include auto loans and home mortgages. These techniques do not apply to payday loans, add-on loans, or other loan types where the interest is calculated up front.

One great thing about loans is that they use exactly the same formula as a payout annuity. Flip that around, and imagine that you are acting as the bank, and a car lender is acting as you.

The car lender takes payments until the balance is zero. Like before, the compounding frequency is not always explicitly given, but is determined by how often you make payments. The loan formula assumes that you make loan payments on a regular schedule every month, year, quarter, etc. The difference between the amount you pay and the amount of the loan is the interest paid. How much will your monthly payments be? If she agreed to pay off the furniture over 2 years, how much will she have to pay each month?

With loans, it is often desirable to determine what the remaining loan balance will be after some number of years. For example, if you purchase a home and plan to sell it in five years, you might want to know how much of the loan balance you will have paid off and how much you have to pay from the sale. Remember that only a portion of your loan payments go towards the loan balance; a portion is going to go towards interest.

What will the remaining balance on their mortgage be after 5 years? Now that we know the monthly payments, we can determine the remaining balance.

We want the remaining balance after 5 years, when 25 years will be remaining on the loan, so we calculate the loan balance that will be paid off with the monthly payments over those 25 years. Home loans are typically paid off through an amortization process, amortization refers to paying off a debt often from a loan or mortgage over time through regular payments.

This website provides a brief overlook of Amortization Schedules. Skip to content Learning Outcomes Calculate the balance on an annuity after a specific amount of time Discern between compound interest, annuity, and payout annuity given a finance scenario Use the loan formula to calculate loan payments, loan balance, or interest accrued on a loan Determine which equation to use for a given scenario Solve a financial application for time.

Annuity Formula P N is the balance in the account after N years. When do you use this? Compound interest: One deposit Annuity: Many deposits. Examples A traditional individual retirement account IRA is a special type of retirement account in which the money you invest is exempt from income taxes until you withdraw it.

Try It Click here to try this problem. Payout Annuity Formula P 0 is the balance in the account at the beginning starting amount, or principal. N is the number of years we plan to take withdrawals. Payout Annuity: Many withdrawals. View more about this problem in this video. Evaluating negative exponents on your calculator With these problems, you need to raise numbers to negative powers.

A detailed walkthrough of this example can be viewed here. Loans Formula P 0 is the balance in the account at the beginning the principal, or amount of the loan. N is the length of the loan, in years. Details of this example are examined in this video. Click here to view this video. View more about this example here. This example is explained in this video :.

Solution: First we will calculate their monthly payments. More explanation of this example is available here :. Media Attributions Desmos Annuity. Previous: Simple and Compound Interest. Next: Which Equation to Use?

## Mathematics of Finance

For questions 1—4, use the information provided to determine whether an annuity exists. For questions 5—8, determine the annuity type. For questions 9—10, draw an annuity timeline and determine the annuity type. For questions 11—15, draw an annuity timeline and determine the annuity type. Calculate the value of N. For questions 16—20, assign the information in the timeline to the correct variables and determine the annuity type.

Instead, we save for the future by depositing a smaller amount of money from each paycheck into the bank. In this section, we will explore the math behind specific kinds of accounts that gain interest over time, like retirement accounts. We will also explore how mortgages and car loans, called installment loans, are calculated. This idea is called a savings annuity. Most retirement plans like k plans or IRA plans are examples of savings annuities.

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## 11.E: Compound Interest- Annuities (Exercises)

You may wish to read Introduction to Interest first. With Compound Interest, you work out the interest for the first period, add it to the total, and then calculate the interest for the next period, and so on Read Percentages to learn more, but in practice just move the decimal point 2 places, like this:.

If money earns an annual rate of 6. How much is the interest earned? The family agrees to pay the loan off by making monthly payments over a 15 year period.

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