Presentation on theme: "Planning Ahead Saving money is an important part of financial freedom and responsibility. What are the advantages of having a savings account?"— Presentation transcript:
Planning Ahead Saving money is an important part of financial freedom and responsibility. What are the advantages of having a savings account?
savings account A specific kind of savings account that earns interest. Lesson Objective Complete a savings account deposit slip and compute the total deposit. Content Vocabulary savings account deposit Checks, currency, or coins put into a banking account, savings and loan, credit union, or brokerage firm.
withdrawal Money taken out of a bank account. Lesson Objective Fill out a savings account withdrawal slip. Content Vocabulary withdrawal
account statement A bank statement that shows the status of your account, including all deposits to, withdrawals from, and interest earned and credited to your account. Lesson Objective Compute the new balance of a savings account statement. Content Vocabulary account statement
interest The amount of money paid for the use of a lenders money. Lesson Objective Calculate simple interest and the amount. Content Vocabulary interest simple interest principal annual interest rate simple interest Interest paid only on the original principal. principal The amount of money earning interest. annual interest rate The percent of the principal earned as interest in one year.
Examples 1.Joe has in a savings account. He receives 4.25% interest. If he keeps it in the bank for 8 months, how much interest will he get. What is the total amount? 2.Joe has $12000 to invest at 5.75%. How long will it take to earn $1035 in interest? *.0425*8/12 = $ = $
compound interest Interest earned not only on the original principal but also on the interest earned during previous interest periods, earning interest on interest. Lesson Objective Determine the compound interest and the amount. Content Vocabulary compound interest
Example 1.Jane has $2360 in an account that get 4.5% interest compounded semiannually. What is the interest amount for the first two periods and the total amount?
compound interest table A tool to calculate compound interest quickly. Lesson Objective Find compound interest using a table and the compound interest formula. Content Vocabulary compound interest table
Examples 1. Thomas puts $1340 in an account earning 5% interest compounded quarterly. He leaves it there for 3 years. What is his Future Value and his compound interest? Use Table on A Thomas found a better account. This account compounds monthly. What is the Future Value and interest for this account for the same money and time? Use the formula.
daily compounding Interest that is computed each day and added to the account balance. Lesson Objective Calculate the interest for daily compounding. Content Vocabulary daily compounding
Thomas puts $1340 in an account on March 1 earning 5.5% interest compounded daily. He withdraws it on June 9th. What is his amount and his compound interest? Use Table on A10. Jane has $2360 in an account that get 4.5% interest compounded daily. Use the formula to compute the value and interest after 90 days.
annuity An account into which someone deposits an equal amount of money at equal periods or equal intervals of time. Lesson Objective Compute the future value of an ordinary annuity and an annuity due. Content Vocabulary annuity ordinary annuity annuity due ordinary annuity An account in which equal deposits are made at the end of each interest period. annuity due An account in which equal deposits are made at the beginning of the interest period and start earning interest immediately.
1. Alex saves $700 at the end of each quarter in an ordinary annuity earning 6.2% interest compounded quarterly. How much will he have saved after 15 years and how much interest has he earned?
2.Roy deposits $1500 into an ordinary annuity at 6% after each quarter for 3 years. a)Find the future value and interest on this account. b) If this were an annuity due account what would be the future value and interest?
SummarySummary Banking Tools Savings accounts safely hold money and earn interest. Account Statements Know the status of you account. Forms of Interest Simple Interest Compound Interest Compound Interest Tables Daily Compounding Deposits Withdrawals Annuities Ordinary Annuity Annuity Due
1.Tyson Bingell deposits the money he earned in tips into his savings account. He has 2 twenty-dollar bills, 8 ten- dollar bills, 18 five-dollar bills, and 118 one-dollar bills. What is his total deposit? A.$128 B.$228 C.$328 D.$428
2.ALGEBRA Victor Vazquez deposited checks totaling $1, into his savings account. He withdrew $100 while depositing some coins. If his total deposit was $1,750.40, how much did Victor deposit in coins? A.$35.00 B.$65.00 C.$ D.$270.00
4.The previous balance in William Hobbs savings account is $2, and $5.40 in interest. He made a deposit of $ and withdrew $ What is his new balance? A.$2, B.$2, C.$3, D.$3,138.50
5.John Arleque deposits $6,300 in an account that pays an annual 3.5% interest rate. Determine the simple interest for 3 years. A.$ B.$ C.$ D.$661.50
6.ALGEBRA Nathan Perez earned $220 in simple interest in 9 months at an annual interest rate of 8%. How much money did he invest? A.$3, B.$3, C.$3, D.$3,900.45
7.Linda Howells savings account has a principal of $2,350. It earns 2.1% interest compounded quarterly. What is the amount in the account at the end of the second quarter? A.$2, B.$2, C.$2, D.$2,399.35
8.April Yu has a principal of $900 in her savings account on January 1. The money earns interest at a rate of 5.5% compounded quarterly. What is the amount in the account after 6 months? Use the table on page A11. A.$ B.$ C.$ D.$927.11
9.Terrance LaMay deposits $5,000 in an account that pays 5.5% interest compounded daily. How much interest will he earn in 31 days? Use Amount of $1.00 = to find the answer. A.$23.40 B.$32.50 C.$35.60 D.$38.10
10.Jason Miller deposits $300 in an ordinary annuity at the end of each quarter. The account earns 8% interest compounded quarterly. What is the future value of the account in 2 years? Use the value of to find the answer. A.$1, B.$2, C.$2, D.$3,200.50