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Note the correction in the Formula of PV. Please correct the formula: PV = R[1 - (1 + i)^(-n)]/i
In your calculations use (1 + i) and not (1 - i).
Correct Answer is then 1367.23 for monthly payments as written by my Subscriber. Thanks
Excellent example to understand the concept.
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Anil Kumar

This Excel tutorial shows how to calculate the principal and interest payments of a loan. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Excel-2010-tutorials/Financial-Functions-in-Depth/83199-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-83199-0102
This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth course presented by lynda.com author Curt Frye. The complete Excel 2010: Financial Functions in Depth course has a total duration of 2 hours and 20 minutes, and explores dozens of functions for evaluating cash flows, calculating depreciation, determining rates of return, and much more
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2. Calculating Depreciation
3. Determining Values and Rates of Return
4. Calculating Bond Coupon Dates and Security Durations
5. Calculating Security Prices and Yields
6. Calculating Prices and Yields of Securities with Odd Periods
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Present Value: Another Loan Amortization Problem

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http://www.contextures.com/excelpmtfunction.html Go to this page to download the free sample file.
To calculate a loan payment in Excel, you can use the PMT function. The PMT function calculates the payment for a loan that has constant payments and a constant interest rate.
Enter an interest rate, the number of payments, and the loan amount on the worksheet. Then, refer to those cells in the PMT formula.
Watch this short video to see the steps for setting up a payment calculation, using the PMT function.
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Transcript - Calculate Loan Payments with Excel PMT Function
In Excel, to calculate monthly payments, you can use the PMT function.
In this example, we're going to enter the annual rate, and then the number of payments we have to make, the amount that we'll be borrowing, and then we'll use the PMT function in this cell to calculate the monthly payment.
The annual rate that we're going to pay is 5%.
In this cell, we're going to borrow the amount over four years. There are 12 months per year, so 48 months. I'll be making 48 payments, and the amount that we're going to borrow is $10,000.
Those are the three numbers that we need in order to calculate the monthly payment.
Here is the syntax for the PMT function. We'll start by typing equals, and then PMT, open bracket, and now I'm going to click on the cell where I entered the rate.
I'll click here where it says 5%, but it's not 5% per month. That's the annual rate. I'm going to click after that cell reference, type a slash for division. then I'll type 12, because we're paying that rate over 12 months.
Then I'll type a comma, and the next argument is the number of periods. I'll click on the Number of Payments cell, and type another comma.
The present value, or the amount of the loan, is 10,000, so I'll click on that cell.
The other two arguments are optional, so I'm not going to use them.
The fv is the future value, so that's what you want left at the end of all your payments, and if you don't enter it, we assume zero. We want to pay everything off, so I don't have to enter anything there.
The type is also optional. If I omit it, we assume that it's zero, and you're going to be making your payments at the end of the period. If you type a one, then you'd be paying at the beginning of the period.
I'll close the bracket and press Enter, and there's the monthly payment.
It's in this cell as a negative amount because it's a payment that I owe, but if you wanted to show it as a positive number, just click after the equals sign, right before the PMT function name, and type a minus sign, and press Enter. Now that shows as a positive amount in the payment cell.
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Thanks to all of you who support me on Patreon. You da real mvps! $1 per month helps!! :) https://www.patreon.com/patrickjmt !! Annuities : Annuity Due , Finding Future Value. In this video, we invest a fixed amount at regular intervals in an annuity due. We then find the future value of the annuity.

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How to find the interest and principal payments on a fixed rate loan in excel. This tutorial will walk you through using the PPMT() and IPMT() functions in excel in order to find out how much of a monthly payment on a loan actually goes to pay off the loan amount and how much is just an interest payment.
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If you're deciding to invest a lump-sum over a period of time you can quickly determine what the future value of that investment would be. In this brief video I'll show you how to calculate the future value of a lump-sum investment.
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This video demonstrates how to calculate monthly loan repayments and time required to amortize the loan to half of the principle of $360,000 with an interest rate of 6%p.a.
We derive the formula for working out monthly repayments by first writing an expression for the amount owing after 2 months then use the sum of a geometric series to work out the monthly payment required.
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Present value (PV) function lets you calculate the present discounted value of a series of future cash flows. In this example we see how to calculate the loan amount you can borrow for a given series of equal monthly payments like, say a car loan payment. Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/codible
Some good books on Excel and Finance:
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Using the PMT function in Excel to calculate loan payments.

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Using the Present Value of an Annuity formula to calculate loan amounts and repayments

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Learn how to use the PMT function to calculate a loan payment.

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Example of calculating the outstanding balance on a loan.

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Elroi Academy

The video covers the following topics:-Calculating a payment of a multipayment loan.-Constructing a loan amortization table.-Calculating the NPV of interest payments

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Dan Richmond

If you're thinking of spending money now to receive payments in the future — maybe purchasing an annuity or bond, making a loan, or buying a winning lottery ticket — you'll want to know what the value is today of the payments that you'll receive in the future. That's what present value is, and you can calculate it the same way in any version of Excel, Google Sheets, or Numbers using the Present Value function.
Here's everything you need to know about the Present Value function. View the companion tutorial and download an example spreadsheet at Tuts+ for free: http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/spreadsheets-for-finance-calculating-present-value-and-net-present-value--cms-19665.
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In this video I show how to calculate the present value of an annuity. In addition to converting the series of payments via the traditional discounting method I'll show how to solve the problem utilizing a handy equation.
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You've just seen the car of your dreams, but you're not sure if the price is right. In a few steps, you can calculate your potential car payments and decide if you'll be able to afford a new ride.
Step 1: Convert the interest rate percentage to a decimal
Convert your loan's interest rate to a decimal number by dropping the percent sign and dividing the number by 100.
Step 2: Divide decimal number by 12
Divide the interest rate on your car loan by 12. Write this number on a piece of paper.
Step 3: Multiply by your car loan principal
Multiply the number by the loan's principal amount -- the total amount of your car loan. Write this number down, as it will be used in your final calculation.
Tip
Remember to subtract any down payment you might make from the new car's purchase price when figuring out the principal amount.
Step 4: Add 1 plus the interest divided by 12
Recall the number you got from dividing the interest rate by 12 in step 2. Add 1 to this number.
Step 5: Multiply sum by itself, using number of payments as exponent
Take the sum from step 4 raised to the power of the number of months included in the term of your loan. For example, if you will make 36 monthly payments, multiply the sum from step 4 by itself 36 times.
Step 6: Calculate 1 divided by this sum
Calculate 1 divided by the result from step of your multiplication.
Tip
Round this number to the nearest hundredths place to make it easier to work with.
Step 7: Subtract sum from 1
Subtract this number from 1. Jot this number down for use in your final calculation.
Tip
Avoid the math by using car payment calculators found on many auto dealer and bank websites.
Step 8: Divide the first number by the second
Divide the number from step 3 by the number from step 7 for your final monthly car payment. Think about whether this will fit into your monthly budget. If so, you might want to ride off in that dream car.
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This Excel Video Tutorial shows you how to calculate the total future value of a series of annuity payments. This is a must for finance majors as well as people who need to know the future value of and series of payments which they may be receiving.
This tutorial covers this basic finance concept and shows you how to solve annuity problems by hand in Excel and also using the fv() future value function in Excel.
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TeachExcel

The PMT function can help the user calculate the equal monthly installments on a loan taken, for example, when he buys a car or a house. You can also create a loan amortization schedule quickly and easily using the PMT function in MS Excel.
The FV or Future Value function can help you calculate quickly what the value of your money will be, for example in five years if you save it in a fixed deposit at a certain interest rate. Combining the PMT and the FV functions you can perform interesting calculations in Finance. If you are doing MBA in Finance then you'll encounter these functions often.

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Dinesh Kumar Takyar

This is an example that I use in my introductory managerial accounting course to teach the concept of present value when a guaranteed residual value exists.

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Kevin Kimball

David shows derivations for two different formulas for the present value of a series of regular payments (starting one time period in the future)

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Maths Learning Centre UofA

Using the Texas Instruments BA II Plus calculator, we solve 2 ordinary annuity problems -simple and general.
We calculate Future Value and Present Value for simple and general annuities respectively.

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Joshua Emmanuel

Download Start Excel File: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/AllClasses/135NoTextBook/Content/07Finance/ExcelBusinessMathVideo45AnnuitiesFVandPV.xlsx
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In this video learn how to make Present Value, Future Value and PMT for the Cash Flows, both Annuity Cash Flows and Irregular Cash Flows. This is a comprehensive video about Financial Products, Cash Flows and Annuities.
Excel & Business Math Class (Busn 135) taught by Michael Girvin at Highline College / Mike Girvin at excelisfun Channel at YouTube Channel.
Topics in Video:
1. (00:01) Introduction
2. (02:27) Cash Flow Pattern Diagram for Future Value and Irregular Cash Flows. Future Value Calculation of Savings Plan with Irregular Cash Flows, Hand Drawings & Diagram.
3. (04:34) Excel Example 1: Calculate Future Value of Savings Plan with Irregular Cash Flows.
4. (09:17) Cash Flow Pattern Diagram for Present Value Calculation of Irregular Future Cash Flows. Asset Valuation Calculation. Hand Drawings & Diagram.
5. (11:51) Excel Example 2: Calculate Present Value of Irregular Future Cash Flows to determine Asset Valuation.
6. (19:35) Define Terms for an Annuity
7. (21:00) Cash Flow Pattern Diagram for Future Value and Present Value of Periodic Cash Flows
8. (23:14) Excel Example 3: Calculate Future Value for Savings Plan with Periodic Cash Flow in an End Annuity. FV Function.
9. (32:02) Excel Example 4: Calculate Present Value of Future Periodic Cash Flows (End Annuity) to determine Asset Valuation. PV Function.
10. (37:45) Excel Example 5: Calculate PMT When Present Value Amount is Known. How Much Can We Withdraw at End of Each Month for Next 30 Years? PMT Function.
11. (42:17) Excel Example 6: Calculate PMT When Future Value Amount is Known. How Much Should I Deposit at the End of Each Month to Become Millionaire? PMT Function.
12. (45:47) Excel Example 7: Calculate PMT For a Home Mortgage Loan, Where Loan is Positive Present Value Amount. PMT Function.
13. (48:33) Summary
Link to full Finance Class: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL90E1F26C7B85E78F

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This video provides an example of how to determine a monthly mortgage payment when the loan requires a down payment. The results are also verified on the TI-84 graphing calculator using the TVM Solver.
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Did you know you can use Excel to figure out how much something is going to cost or how much money you'll get in the future assuming some fixed interest rate? It's call Future Value and this term is often used in business as well as personal finance. See this video to learn about using Excel to calculate compound interest with the Future Value (FV) formula and Excel's built in FV function.
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This Excel Video Tutorial shows you how to calculate the future value of an investment with compounded interest. You will learn how to do this by hand in Excel and also how to use the mathematical formula for compounding interest in Excel. This two methods will equip you with the skills necessary to compute compound interest payments and total value for any given period of time and all within Excel.
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TeachExcel

Calculate the repayment amount on a loan.

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Elroi Academy

Do you have a saving goal? Do you want to know how much to invest each month / year to reach that goal?
Excel has a very powerful function - the Future Value (FV) that will give you the answers that you need.
In this video, I demonstrate the FV() and PMT() Functions. I also create a one-input Data Table so that we can perform "What-If" Analysis - what if my Interest Rate changes?
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Danny Rocks

In this video we are going to look at Down Payments and how they affect Present Value annuities

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Shown are two different amortization schedules for a loan and details the amortization method for both amortization schedules, based on discounting the loan payments back to their present value at the date of the loan (shown as a cash flow diagram), amortization schedule (1) (begiining loan balance + interest payment i payment = ending balance), amortization schedule (2) (payment - interest = principal and subtracts from previous loan balance), both amortization schedules show calculations and detail the exact steps required to amortize loan payments and interest, based on the amortization schedules accounting calculations are made for recording the loan on the balance sheet by Allen Mursau

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Allen Mursau

Calculating the loan amount that can taken out given a premium, interest rate and time period.

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Elroi Academy

Most of us will consider borrowing money for a home or other purchase at some point in our life. This tool allows us to calculate monthly payment, total interest paid to bank, and the amount of principal reduction each month.
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BA II Plus Calculator: Compound Interest: Present Value/Future Value

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Calculating the Future Value (FV) of uneven cash flows using two methods on Excel (FV and NPV)

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In the examples solved in this video (compiled by Andrew Rossman), P/Y & C/Y are left at their default values. That is, P/Y=C/Y =1. For examples that require changing P/Y and C/Y, please see the following playlist:
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Example 4: Steven has $25,000 in credit card debt. His credit card charges 2% in monthly interest and Steven pays $1,000 each month toward the balance. If Steven doesn’t make any further purchases, how many months will it take to fully repay his debt?
Example 5: Martin’s savings account has $25,000 today. In 5 years, the account is worth $32,000. What is the annual interest rate?

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Joshua Emmanuel

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We will need a complete employee job description before we add the classification to the policy. Please do not report payroll in the new classification until it has been reviewed and endorsed to your policy. Job Duties Questionnaire. We recommend you keep a copy of your previous payroll reports and payroll records for at least seven years, as you would your tax records. Submitting Payroll Reports. There are three different ways to submit your payroll reports. State Compensation Insurance Fund P.O. Box 7441 San Francisco, CA 94120-7441. Free payroll reports. Customer Center. Important dates.