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Planning for the Future How you spend and invest your money can have an impact on your lifestyle at a later time. What might you want to start saving for.

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1 Planning for the Future How you spend and invest your money can have an impact on your lifestyle at a later time. What might you want to start saving for in the near future?

2 Lesson Objective Determine the annual percentage yield. Content Vocabulary annual percentage yield (APY) The rate of return on your investment for a one-year period.

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4 Randall Raye invested $5,000 in a certificate of deposit for 3 years. The certificate earns interest at an annual rate of 6.25 percent compounded quarterly. What is the effective annual yield to the nearest thousandth of a percent? Example 1

5 Find the interest for 1 year. (Refer to the Amount of $1.00 InvestedDaily, Monthly, and Quarterly Compounding table on page 800 of your textbook.) Amount – Principal ($5, × ) – $5, $5, – $5, = $ Example 1 Answer: Step 1

6 Find the effective annual yield. Interest for 1 Year Principal $ $5, = or 6.398% Example 1 Answer: Step 2

7 Galeno Villarreal can invest $10,000 at either 4.75 percent compounded daily for 4 years or 5 percent compounded quarterly for 4 years. Based on an effective annual yield, which is the better investment? Example 2

8 Find the interest for 1 year and the annual yield. Daily: ($10,000 × ) – $10, $10, – $10,000 = $ Yield: $ ÷ $10, = or 4.864% Example 2 Answer: Step 1

9 Quarterly: ($10,000 × ) – $10, $10, – $10,000 = $ Yield: $ ÷ $10, = or 5.095% Example 2 Answer: Step 1 (cont.)

10 Compare the two. The better investment is 5 percent quarterly. Example 2 Answer: Step 2

11 Refer to the Amount of $1.00 InvestedDaily, Monthly, and Quarterly Compounding table on page 800 of your textbook. Round effective annual yield to the nearest thousandth of a percent. Derek Carter can invest $20,000 at either 4.5 percent compounded daily for 1 year or 4.75 percent compounded monthly for 1 year. Based on an effective annual yield, which is the better investment? Practice 1

12 4.75% compounded monthly is the better investment. Practice 1 Answer


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