Describe the accomplishments you have achieved during this course. My first accomplishments are to pass the course of math and work hard on the exam. I’m accomplishment in getting a strong foundation in this course. This accomplishment is to understanding many areas covered in math, for examples: whole number, the LCM prime factorization, and simplifying… View Article

# Interest Essay Topics

1. My Introduction with a credit card balance of $5,270.00 and an (APR) of 15.53 percent based upon my own conclusions and assuming there are no other fees are applied. In my report I took my balance of $5,270 x 15.53%= $818.431. The Maximum monthly payment would be $5,270.00+818.43= $6,088.43. Took get this I take… View Article

Philippine National Bank (PNB)

Facts: The petitioners, Spouses Esmeraldo and Elizabeth Suico, obtained a loan from the Philippine National Bank (PNB) secured by a real estate mortgage on real properties in the name of the former. The petitioners were unable to pay their obligation prompting the PNB to extrajudicially foreclose the mortgage over the subject properties. Subsequently, the petitioners… View Article

Who the players are? Stakeholders? Technical and ethical issues are? What was the relationship about prices and personal incomes? People started to buy houses that they couldn’t afford and then they were left behind leaving. The economy is falling and so are the communities. Insects, graffiti, dirty pools are left behind since people are evicted… View Article

The article entitled “Interest in Rainwater Harvesting Grows in Colorado” written by Paul Day was about a proposal of Brad Lancaster, a rainwater virtuoso and initiator. His entire idea according to the news was that he wanted to use the rainwater for needs of the people and environment just like in Arizona and New Mexico…. View Article

John Muir made the incomparable Yosemite Valley the center of his experience. Soon his words reached the larger audience of the New York Tribune and other influential publications, and he was writing that the Sierra should be explored by everyone, and permanently protected as a recreational resource accessible to all. In 1889 Muir embarked on… View Article

Executive Summary: Blue Ridge Mill is a wood mill owned by Worldwide Paper Company and supplies wood pulp for the company for use in paper production. Blue Ridge Mill bought its wood supply from Shenandoah Mill’s excess production of shortwood that was processed from its longwood supplies. In 2006, Bob Prescott, the controller for Blue… View Article

1. Whenever we are interested in buying a bond from the bond market, the bond’s issuer promises to pay back the principal (or par value) when the bond matures (Brigham and Houston, 2001). During this time, the issuer is obliged to pay interest in order to compensate the use of money. The interest payment is… View Article

Time value of money (“TVM”) is defined as the idea that money available at the present time is worth more than the same amount in the future, due to its potential earning capacity. This core principle of finance holds that, provided money can earn interest, any amount of money is worth more the sooner it… View Article

In financial management, one of the most important concepts is the Time Value of Money (TVM). Time Value of Money concepts helps a manager or investors understand the benefits and the future cash flow to help justify the initial cost of the project or investment. Many of the assets businesses and individuals own are financed… View Article

Merrill Finch Incorporated is a large financial services corporation. As a newly hired financial planner for the company, I have been assigned the task of investing $100,000 for a client. The investment alternatives have been restricted to five options: T-Bills, High Tech, Collections, U.S. Rubber, Market portfolio, and a 2-Stock portfolio. The economic forecasting staff… View Article

Executive Summary The RJR Nabisco case study was used to implement concepts that I have learned in class during the semester and apply it to the real world. The Nabisco case allowed me to develop my skills by using an Excel Worksheet, understanding how to calculate the fair value price per share, and determining the… View Article

Calculate the amount of your compound interest investment after 10 years. Remember that you are starting with $7,500. $10,642.83 work: A=7500(1+3.5%/365)^365×10 = 7500(1+0.00009589)^365×10 = 7500(1.00009589)^3650 = 7500(1.419041609) = 10,642.83 2)Calculate the amount of your simple interest investment after 10 years. Remember to use the same rate and compounding as in #1. $2,625 Create a graph… View Article

Comparing and contrasting lease versus purchase options

It is important to know the difference between lease purchase and lease option. The use of leases can also have an impact on a company’s liquidity profitability ratios (Schroeder, Clark, & Cathey, 2005). First the organization should study the expenses of what it would cost to lease as to what it cost to purchase this… View Article

1. The Fisher equation tells us that the real interest rate approximately equals the nominal rate minus the inflation rate. Suppose the (expected or realized) inflation rate increases from 3% to 5%. Does the Fisher equation imply that this increase will result in a fall in the real rate of interest? Explain. The Fisher equation… View Article

Executive Summary After careful analysis of Ameritrade and comparable companies, I have estimated a 14.784% cost of capital that should be used to evaluate Ameritrade’s upcoming investments in technology and advertising. After analyzing the historical return on Ameritrade’s investments, I have concluded that if the firm manages this project at least as well as its… View Article