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TRUE/FALSE. Write T if the statement is true and F if the statement is false.

1) An annuity is a stream of equal payments. 1) _______

2) In an annuity due, payments are made at the end of each period. 2) _______

3) In an annuity due, payments are made at the beginning of each period. 3) _______

4) In an ordinary annuity, payments are made at the end of each period. 4) _______

5) In an ordinary annuity, payments are made at the beginning of each period. 5) _______

6) An annuity is a stream of unequal payments. 6) _______

7) The actual rate of return on an investment is the internal rate of return. 7) _______

8) Subprime loans are provided to borrowers who have excellent credit scores. 8) _______

9) Subprime loans are provided to borrowers who have poor credit scores. 9) _______

10) Prime mortgages are provided to borrowers with outstanding credit scores. 10) ______

11) Subprime mortgages have low risk. 11) ______

12) Subprime mortgages have very high risk. 12) ______

13) Subprime mortgages are affected by Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs). 13) ______

14) Alt A loans are offered to people who are improving their credit rating. 14) ______

15) Alt A loans are only offered to people with outstanding credit ratings. 15) ______

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

16) Banks calculate the monthly payment on a loan as 16) ______

A) as an ordinary annuity with payment made one month is advance.

B) as an ordinary annuity with payment made at end of month.

C) as an annuity due with payment made one month in advance.

D) as an annuity due with payment made at end of month.

17) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the beginning of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your stock be in 20 years? 17) ______

A) $86,4421.00

B) $72,035.10

C) $102,443.60

D) $117,810.10

E) Cannot determine with the information provided.

18) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the beginning of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your stock be in 20 years? This problem would be solved by using the formula for the 18) ______

A) present value of a lump sum.

B) future value of a lump sum.

C) future value of an ordinary annuity.

D) present value of an ordinary annuity.

E) future value of an annuity due.

19) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the beginning of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your gain on the stock be for the 20 years? 19) ______

A) $82,443.60 B) $52,035.00

C) $97,810.10 D) none of the above

20) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the beginning of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. How much would your employer give you in stock bonuses during the 20 years? 20) ______

A) $20,000 B) $1,000

C) $15,000 D) none of the above

21) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the end of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your gain on the stock be for the 20 years? 21) ______

A) $82,443.60 B) $52,035.00

C) $97,810.10 D) none of the above

22) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the end of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your stock be in 20 years? This problem would be solved by using the formula for the 22) ______

A) future value of an annuity due.

B) present value of an ordinary annuity.

C) present value of a lump sum.

D) future value of a lump sum.

E) future value of an ordinary annuity.

23) Your employer gives you a stock bonus of $1,000 in your company at the end of each year. You plan to retire in 20 years. The stock has a growth rate of 15 percent per annum. What will the value of your stock be in 20 years? 23) ______

A) $117,810.10

B) $86,421.00

C) $102,443.60

D) $72,035.10

E) Cannot determine with the information provided.

24) You have an absolutely brilliant child who is six years old and will be attending a private college in twelve years. You know that in twelve years a four-year college will cost at least $70,000 per year (total $280,000), including tuition, books, and room and board. If you can earn 12 percent on a mutual fund investment during the next twelve years, how much will you have to invest at the beginning of each year to have enough to send your child to college for four years? 24) ______

A) $4,484.33 B) $11,602.30 C) $10,359.20 D) $5,022.45

25) You have an absolutely brilliant child who is six years old and will be attending a private college in twelve years. You know that in twelve years a four-year college will cost at least $70,000 per year (total $280,000), including tuition, books, and room and board. You determine that you can earn 12 percent on a mutual fund investment during the next twelve years, and invest at the beginning of each year. How much will your total investment be for the twelve-year period? 25) ______

A) $60,269 B) $124,310 C) $53,811 D) $139,227

26) You have an absolutely brilliant child who is six years old and will be attending a private college in twelve years. You know that in twelve years a four-year college will cost at least $70,000 per year (total $280,000), including tuition, books, and room and board. If you can earn 12 percent on a mutual fund investment during the next twelve years, how much will you have to invest at the end of each year to have enough to send your child to college for four years? 26) ______

A) $11,602 B) $34,503 C) $14,755 D) $5,022

27) You have an absolutely brilliant child who is six years old and will be attending a private college in twelve years. You know that in twelve years a four-year college will cost at least $70,000 per year (total $280,000), including tuition, books, and room and board. You determine that you can earn 12 percent on a mutual fund investment during the next twelve years, and invest at the end of each year. How much will your total investment be for the twelve-year period? 27) ______

A) $139,227 B) $177,060 C) $414,036 D) $60,264

28) Calculate the monthly payment on a $200,000 mortgage if payment is made at the beginning of each month, and the annual interest rate is 5.5 percent for 30 years. 28) ______

A) $1,135.58 B) $1,300.25 C) $11,000.00 D) $1,100.00

29) Calculate the total payments on a $200,000 mortgage if payment is made at the beginning of each month, and the annual interest rate is 5.5 percent for 30 years. 29) ______

A) $548,987 B) $300,160 C) $3,960,000 D) $408,808

30) To determine the mortgage payment on a home loan with payments made at the beginning of each month, you would 30) ______

A) determine the present value factor of an ordinary annuity and multiply the factor by the loan amount to determine the payment.

B) determine the present value factor of an ordinary annuity and divide the factor into the loan to determine the payment.

C) determine the present value factor of an annuity due and divide the factor into the loan to determine the payment.

D) determine the present value factor of an annuity due and multiply the factor by the loan amount to determine the payment.

31) Calculate the monthly payment on a $200,000 mortgage if payment is made at the beginning of each month, and the annual interest rate is 4.25 percent for 15 years. 31) ______

A) $13,714.22 B) $1,111 C) $1,400.25 D) $1,504.56

32) Calculate the total payments on a $200,000 mortgage if payment is made at the end of each month, and the annual interest rate is 4.25 percent for 15 years. 32) ______

A) $2,469,985.20 B) $199,980 C) $270,820.80 D) $287,456.36

33) You have a company that needs a new computer system that will cost $25,000. You put down $5,000 and finance the remainder at 12 percent, compounded monthly for 2 years. The bank will automatically deduct the payment from your account at the beginning of each month. What is your monthly equipment payment? 33) ______

A) $2,230 B) $941.47 C) $1,176.83 D) $2,677

34) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. He believes that he will live to be 87. He will draw the money at the end of each year. How much money will he need when he retires in order to support his $60,000 annual life style if he will average 12 percent per year on his retirement account? 34) ______

A) $527,059 B) $439,800 C) $505,302 D) $470,588

35) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. He believes that he will live to be 87. He will draw the money at the beginning of each year. How much money will he need when he retires in order to support his $60,000 annual life style if he will average 12 percent per year on his retirement account? 35) ______

A) $527,059 B) $470,586 C) $505,302 D) $439,800

36) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. He believes that he will live to be 87. He will draw the money at the end of each year. How much interest will he earn during his retirement years if he will average 12 percent per year on his retirement account? 36) ______

A) $1,029,414 B) $972,941 C) $1,060,200 D) $994,699

37) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. He believes that he will live to be 87. He will draw the money at the beginning of each year. How much interest will he earn during his retirement years if he will average 12 percent per year on his retirement account? 37) ______

A) $994,699 B) $972,941 C) $1,029,414 D) $1,060,200

38) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. John is currently 45 years of age. How much does he have to place at the end of each year into a retirement account earning 15 percent per year in order to have an adequate retirement nest egg at age 62? He believes that he will live to be 87 and plans to earn 12 percent during retirement. He will draw the money at the end of each year. 38) ______

A) $11,077 B) $7,764 C) $6,758 D) $9,890

39) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. John is currently 45 years of age. How much does he have to place at the end of each year into a retirement account earning 15 percent per year in order to have an adequate retirement nest egg at age 62? He believes that he will live to be 87 and plans to earn 12 percent during retirement. He will draw the money at the beginning of each year. 39) ______

A) $7,764 B) $9,890 C) $11,077 D) $6,758

40) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. John is currently 45 years of age. How much does he have to place at the beginning of each year into a retirement account earning 15 percent per year in order to have an adequate retirement nest egg at age 62? He believes that he will live to be 87 and plans to earn 12 percent during retirement. He will draw the money at the end of each year. 40) ______

A) $6,468 B) $11,077 C) $9,632 D) $8,600

41) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. John is currently 45 years of age. How much does he have to place at the beginning of each year into a retirement account earning 15 percent per year in order to have an adequate retirement nest egg at age 62? He believes that he will live to be 87 and plans to earn 12 percent during retirement. He will draw the money at the beginning of each year. 41) ______

A) $11,077 B) $8,600 C) $9,632 D) $9,890

42) John Adams plans to retire at the age of 62. He wants an annual income of $60,000 per year. John is currently 45 years of age. How much does he have to place at the beginning of each year into a retirement account earning 15 percent per year in order to have an adequate retirement nest egg at age 62? He believes that he will live to be 87 and plans to earn 12 percent during retirement. He will draw the money at the end of each year. The solution to this problem requires us to use the ________, and the ________ factors. 42) ______

A) present value of a future annuity; future value of an ordinary annuity

B) future value of an ordinary annuity; future value of an annuity due

C) future value of an annuity due; present value of an ordinary annuity

D) present value of an ordinary annuity; future value of an annuity due

43) An entrepreneur would like to buy a piece of equipment for his business. The equipment cost $50,000 and will increase cash flow by $20,000 each year for 5 years. What is his IRR? 43) ______

A) 2.50% B) 28.65% C) 40.00% D) 25.55%

44) You want to send your grandchild to a prestigious university. You heard that a college education will cost $500,000 in 18 years. If you invest $10,000 at the end of each year, what IRR will you need in order to reach your goal of $500,000? 44) ______

A) 13.35% B) 12.25% C) 10.92% D) 9.07%

45) An entrepreneur would like to buy a piece of equipment for his business. The equipment cost $75,000 and will increase cash flow by $12,000 each year for 15 years. What is his IRR? 45) ______

A) 12.25% B) 8.00% C) 10.92% D) 13.65%

46) You want to send your grandchild to a very prestigious university. You heard that a college education will cost $800,000 in 18 years. If you invest $10,000 at the end of each year, what IRR will you need in order to reach your goal of $800,000? 46) ______

A) 12.46% B) 18.00% C) 15.52% D) 13.65%

47) Lotta Dough just won the state lottery and has elected to receive $50,000 per year for 20 years in the form of an annuity due. What is the present value of this stream of payments if money can earn 10 percent annual interest? 47) ______

A) $246,468 B) $468,246 C) $864,642 D) $500,000

48) Lotta Dough just won the state lottery and has elected to receive $50,000 per year for 20 years in the form of an annuity due. What is the present value of this stream of payments if money can earn 8 percent annual interest? 48) ______

A) $500,000 B) $530,180 C) $579,139 D) $479,035

49) Lotta Dough just won the state lottery and has elected to receive $50,000 per year for 20 years in the form of an annuity due. What is the present value of this stream of payments if money can earn 7 percent annual interest? 49) ______

A) $977,665 B) $566,780 C) $779,664 D) $500,000

50) Lotta Dough just won the state lottery and has elected to receive $50,000 per year for 20 years in the form of an annuity due. What is the present value of this stream of payments if money can earn 6 percent annual interest? 50) ______

A) $607,004 B) $500,000 C) $900,706 D) $607,905

51) Ira Roth opens up a Roth IRA and places $5,000 in his retirement account at the beginning of each year for 25 years. He believes the account will earn 9 percent interest per year, compounded monthly. How much will he have in his retirement account in 25 years? 51) ______

A) $390,000.58 B) $490,165.32 C) $355,900.96 D) $490,000.58

52) Ira Roth opens up a Roth IRA and places $4,500 in his retirement account at the beginning of each year for 20 years. He believes the account will earn 8 percent interest per year, compounded quarterly. How much will he have in his retirement account in 20 years? 52) ______

A) $266,255.40 B) $219,228.48 C) $228,912.40 D) $187,231.63

53) Ira Roth opens up a Roth IRA and places $4,000 in his retirement account at the beginning of each year for 15 years. He believes the account will earn 6 percent interest per year, compounded monthly. How much will he have in his retirement account in 15 years? 53) ______

A) $108,081 B) $100,115.22 C) $58,145 D) $158,029

54) The city of Metropolis borrows $88,000,000 so that it can build a football stadium. It plans to set up a sinking fund that will repay the loan 10 years later. Assume a 6 percent interest rate per year. What will Metropolis have to place in the fund at the beginning of each year in order to pay back the $88,000,000? 54) ______

A) $6,676,380 B) $6,298,472 C) $536,980 D) $534,309

55) Calculate the monthly mortgage payment made at the beginning of each month on a $100,000 mortgage. It is a 15-year mortgage, and the interest rate is 6.375. 55) ______

A) $10,806.73 B) $859.68 C) $867.14 D) $864.25

56) Calculate the total payments on a $100,000 mortgage. It is a 15-year mortgage, and the interest rate is 6.375. 56) ______

A) $155,565 B) $156,085 C) $154,742 D) $162,101

57) Calculate the total amount of interest paid on a $100,000 mortgage. It is a 15-year mortgage, and the interest rate is 6.375. 57) ______

A) $56,085 B) $62,101 C) $55,565 D) $54,742

58) How much will you have in a Roth IRA if you invest $5,000 a year for 35 years, if money earns 6 percent, and you make the investment at the beginning of each year? 58) ______

A) $590,604.33 B) $451,601.54 C) $474,181.61 D) $557,173.89

59) How much will you have in a Roth IRA if you invest $5,000 a year for 35 years, if money earns 5 percent, and you make the investment at the beginning of each year? 59) ______

A) $557,173.89 B) $474,181.61 C) $451,601.54 D) $590,604.33

60) How much will you have in a Roth IRA if you invest $5,000 a year for 35 years, if money earns 6 percent, and you make the investment at the end of each year? 60) ______

A) $557,173.89 B) $451,601.54 C) $590,604.33 D) $474,181.61

61) How much will you have in a Roth IRA if you invest $5,000 a year for 35 years, if money earns 5 percent, and you make the investment at the end of each year? 61) ______

A) $590,604.33 B) $451,601.54 C) $474,181.61 D) $557,173.89

62) A $1,500,000 building generates monthly rents of $20,000 for 10 years. The owners are paying 7 percent interest on the mortgage. What is the present value of the rental payments? 62) ______

A) $150,304.64 B) $305,623.24 C) $1,732,575 D) $1,722,527

ESSAY. Write your answer in the space provided or on a separate sheet of paper.

63) John graduates from college at the age of 25. He places $5,000 in a 401k at the beginning of year one, $8,000 at the beginning of year two, $11,000 at the beginning of year three, $14,000 at the beginning of year four, and then $15,000 per year until he retires at the age of 60. If money earns 8 percent per year, how much will John have in his retirement account at age 60?

1) TRUE

2) FALSE

3) TRUE

4) TRUE

5) FALSE

6) FALSE

7) TRUE

8) FALSE

9) TRUE

10) TRUE

11) FALSE

12) TRUE

13) TRUE

14) TRUE

15) FALSE

16) A

17) D

18) E

19) C

20) A

21) A

22) E

23) C

24) C

25) B

26) A

27) A

28) A

29) D

30) B

31) D

32) C

33) B

34) D

35) A

36) A

37) B

38) D

39) C

40) D

41) C

42) C

43) B

44) C

45) D

46) C

47) B

48) B

49) B

50) D

51) B

52) C

53) B

54) B

55) D

56) A

57) C

58) A

59) B

60) A

61) B

62) C

63) Retirement Age

Annual Interest

60

8.00%

Age

Years to Retirement

Investment

FVF

Future Value

25

35

$5,000.00

14.7853

$ 73,926.72

26

34

8,000.00

13.6901

109,521.07

27

33

11,000.00

12.6760

139,436.55

28

32

14,000.00

11.7371

164,319.16

29

31

15,000.00

133.2135

1,998,203.06

401k Total =

$2,485,406.56

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