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Q: What is the future value of 1200 a year for 40 years at 8 percent interest?

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Future value= 25000*(1.08)10 =53973.12

102102.52

200000000 dollars

888.15

$14,693.28

Assuming the interest is compounded annually, the future value is 100*(1.04)10 = 100*1.4802 (approx) = 148.02

1862

The future value (FV) of $10,000 at 5% interest for 7 years follows the following formula: 10,000 (1+.05)^7 = 10,000 * 1.41 = $14,100

It depends on whether the 4% interest is per annum or for 8 years altogether. Also, you have to see if it is a simple interest or compounded interest.

The face value is 40000*(1.05)10 = 65156 approx.

Assuming interest is paid annually, 100000*(1.05)10 = 162889.46

$1480.24

In two years, the value of 10,000 dollars with 3.78 interest would be 10,770.29 dollars. An increase 770.29 dollars would be realized.

Simple interest compounded annually and reinvested will yield 619173.64 before taxes.

Compounded annually: 2552.56 Compounded monthly: 2566.72

V = 10000*(1.05)20 = 26532.98 dollars

Value = 150*(1.09)3 = 150*1.295 = 194.25

Future value = 8400*(1 + 0.05*6) = 8400*(1.3) = 10,920 dollars.

Assuming interest is added at the end of the year, the future value is 13,710.59

39,337.20

the future value of $5,000 in a bank account for 10 years at 5 percent compounded bimonthly?

Principal amount 5,000 Interest rate 9 percent per year = 0.09 Continuous compounding Number of years 7 Future value = P e^rt Future value = (5000) e^(0.09)(7) Amount after 7 years = $9,388.05

1000 x (1.025)8 which is $1218.40.

To calculate the interest gained on something, a simple formula is used. Initial value x (percentage increase as a decimal)^years So: 10000 x 1.05^15 = 20789.28 (2d.p).

Future value = 1000*(1.08)7 = 1713.82