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1 Lecture 24 Annuities Ana Nora Evans 403 Kerchof Math 1140 Financial Mathematics

2 Math Financial Mathematics How ready do you feel for the quiz on Friday: A)Bring it on B)I will be by Friday C)I need another week D)I need another month 2

3 Math Financial Mathematics Classification based on the position of the payments An ordinary annuity (annuity immediate) is an annuity with the payments placed at the end of each rent period. An annuity due is an annuity with the payments placed at the beginning of each rent period. A deferred annuity is an annuity whose first payment is made two or more rent periods after the beginning of the term. A forborne annuity is an annuity whose last payment is made two or more rent periods before the end of the term. 3

4 Math Financial Mathematics I get a loan and start making payments in one period. This describes an A)Ordinary annuity B)Annuity due C)Deferred annuity D)Forborne annuity 4

5 Math Financial Mathematics I get a loan and start making payments after six periods. This describes an A)Ordinary annuity B)Annuity due C)Deferred annuity D)Forborne annuity 5

6 Math Financial Mathematics I get a loan and payments begin immediately. This describes an A)Ordinary annuity B)Annuity due C)Deferred annuity D)Forborne annuity 6

7 Math Financial Mathematics I start a savings account with regular deposits for two years. After four years I withdraw all the money in the account. This describes an A)Ordinary annuity B)Annuity due C)Deferred annuity D)Forborne annuity 7

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9 Alice borrows P dollars at an interest rate i per month. Assume Alice makes a monthly payment, R. Is there a problem if the monthly payment R is less than the interest per month, iP ? Hint: What happens to the balance if the payments do not cover the interest? HW8#2 9

10 Math Financial Mathematics HW8#10 What is the APR for an 8% add-on loan for $3,000 for three years? HW8#11 A $9,000 car is purchased using a 4% add-on loan and monthly payments over three years. What is the actual APR? Hint 1: Recall how the monthly payment of an add-on loan is calculated (lecture 3). Hint 2: Read lecture 22, section 4 and example at page 140 of the textbook. HW8#10, HW9#11 10

11 Math Financial Mathematics A $10,000 loan for 36 months at 6%(12) is arranged for the costumer to make payments R for the first year, 2R for the second year, and 3R for the third year. Find the payments for each of the three years. Hint 1: Set-up an equation and solve for R. Hint 2: You don’t know the formula for the case unequal rent payments, but you can split this problem into three problems for which you know the formula. HW9 Bonus 1 11

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13 Math Financial Mathematics Annuity Due An annuity due is an annuity with payments placed at the beginning of each rent period. The term starts at the first payment and ends one rent period after the last payment. 13

14 Math Financial Mathematics Present value (price) of an annuity is the sum of all payments moved to the beginning of the term. Future value (amount) of an annuity is the sum of all payments moved to the end of the term. 14

15 Math Financial Mathematics Present Value 15

16 Math Financial Mathematics Present Value The values at the beginning of the term: the first payment: R the second payment: R/(1+i) the third payment: R/(1+i) the last payment: R/(1+i) n-1 16

17 Math Financial Mathematics Present Value PV = R + R/(1+i) + R/(1+i) R/(1+i) n-1 PV = R[1 + 1/(1+i) + 1/(1+i) /(1+i) n-1 ] 17

18 Math Financial Mathematics Present Value 18

19 Math Financial Mathematics Another Strategy Use the formula for present value for ordinary annuities and move it one rent period forward. 19

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21 Math Financial Mathematics Future Value 21

22 Math Financial Mathematics Future Value The values at the beginning of the term: the first payment: R(1+i) n the second payment: R(1+i) n-1 the third payment: R(1+i) n the last payment: R(1+i) 22

23 Math Financial Mathematics Future Value FV = R(1+i) n + R(1+i) n R(1+i) FV = R[(1+i) n + (1+i) n (1+i)] FV = R(1+i)[(1+i) n-1 + (1+i) n (1+i)+1] 23

24 Math Financial Mathematics Another Strategy Use the formula for future value for ordinary annuities and move it one rent period forward. 24

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26 Math Financial Mathematics During 1998, Omar had a dividend payment of $100 directly deposited to his savings account on the first day of each month. Find the accumulated value of these payments at the end of the year if his savings account had a nominal discount rate of 4.8% payable monthly. 26

27 Math Financial Mathematics Have: nominal discount rate of 4.8% payable monthly Want: nominal interest rate x payable monthly The discount rate per month is 0.048/12= The term that is multiple of both conversion periods is one month. Interest Rate 27

28 Math Financial Mathematics The maturity value of $1 in one month at a discount rate of is S=$1/( ). The maturity value of $1 in one month at a interest per month x is S=$1(1+x). $1/( ) = $1(1+x) 1/( ) = 1+x 1/( )-1 = x x= 0.004/0.996 x= 4/996 Interest Rate 28

29 Math Financial Mathematics During 1998, Omar had a dividend payment of $100 directly deposited to his savings account on the first day of each month. Find the accumulated value of these payments at the end of the year if his savings account had a nominal discount rate of 4.8% payable monthly. Calculate the maturity value: R = $100 n=12 i = 4/996 29

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31 Math Financial Mathematics Dr Hillary Street began making contributions to a new retirement account on her thirtieth birthday. She made a contribution of $4,000 on her birthday trough her sixty- fourth birthday. Starting at the age sixty-five she makes equal withdrawals until her eightieth birthday. Find the amount of these withdrawals if they completely exhaust the balance in her account, and the effective interest rate is 6% until she is sixty-five, then 5% thereafter. 31

32 Math Financial Mathematics Dr Hillary Street began making contributions to a new retirement account on her thirtieth birthday. She made a contribution of $4,000 on her birthday trough her sixty-fourth birthday. Starting at the age sixty-five she makes equal withdrawals until her eightieth birthday. Find the amount of these withdrawals if they completely exhaust the balance in her account, and the effective interest rate is 6% until she is sixty-five, then 5% thereafter. Step 1. Calculate the value of the account on her sixty-fifth birthday R=$4,000 n = 35 i =

33 Math Financial Mathematics Dr Hillary Street began making contributions to a new retirement account on her thirtieth birthday. She made a contribution of $4,000 on her birthday trough her sixty-fourth birthday. Starting at the age sixty-five she makes equal withdrawals until her eightieth birthday. Find the amount of these withdrawals if they completely exhaust the balance in her account, and the effective interest rate is 6% until she is sixty-five, then 5% thereafter. Step 2. Calculate the value of the withdrawals n = 16 i = 0.05 R=? R = $41,

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35 Math Financial Mathematics Friday Read sections 5.3, 5.4 Quiz from compound interest and annuities. Charge 35


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