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This calculator helps you to understand and calculate various financial parameters based on an in-built self-explanatory tutorial. Some of the financial functions are: the N function is used to find the term or Number of periods (usually Months) that it takes to pay off a loan. The function I/Y is used to find the Interest per Year or Investors Yield on a loan. The PV function is used to find the Present Value (or amount of a loan) and also the amount that an Investor would offer for a note that was for sale. The PMT function is used to find the amount of the Payment on a loan in instalments. The FV function is used to find the amount of the Future Value or Balance Due on a loan. Practical fun exercises are included to cement your understanding.
Price USD9
License Free to try
File Size 1.24 MB
Version 1.5
Operating System Windows NT Windows Me Windows 98 Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows
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