# Future Value of an Annuity Due

Calculate the Future Value of an Annuity Due with a step by step example using your values for the periodic interest rate, number of periods, and periodic payment amount. Continue reading

# Discounting Future Value

Discounting the future value is the process of figuring out what that future value is in present-day money. Use this tutorial to learn how to calculate the discounted future value given the future value, periodic interest rate, and number of periods. Continue reading

# Calculating Future Value

Future value is a term given to the amount of money we would have at some point in the future, based on what happens between now and then. Use this tutorial to learn how to calculate the future value of an annuity given the present value, periodic interest rate, and number of periods. Continue reading

# Annuities – Present Value and Future Value

Annuities are defined as a stream of payments made over time. Use this tutorial to learn how to solve present and future value of annuity problems with financial calculators or spreadsheet functions. Continue reading

Compound interest is the method of finding interest where interest is charged on the principal as well as the interest already accumulated. Review a simpler method for finding compound interest with this tutorial. Continue reading

# Compound Interest: Bottomless Worksheet

Use this Bottomless Worksheet to get endless practice on Time Value of Money calculations of compound interest from the principal (or present value), number of periods, and interest rate. Ten new problems to solve, a printed copy, and an answer sheet are all only a click away. Continue reading

# Compound Interest

Calculating compound interest to determine the time value of money is easy. Learn how to find the interest using present value, number of compounding periods, and interest rate. Use your own values for an added bonus! Continue reading

# About Interest Rates and the Time Value of Money

Interest rates are key to understanding the Time Value of Money. This tutorial covers the relevant terminology, including APR, APY, and the yield curve. Continue reading