Amortisation and AnnuitiesExercises containing problems about gradually paying off loans and calculating pension plans. 
This is level 2: Annuities. Give answers which are amounts of money correct to two decimal places.
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Interest  Exercises on compound interest on investments and loans.
Level 1  Amortisation
Level 2  Annuities
Exam Style Questions  A collection of problems in the style of GCSE or IB/Alevel exam paper questions (worked solutions are available for Transum subscribers).
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These exercises are designed for those who have access to a graphic display calculator (GDC) with a Finance Solver function. It is possible to answer the questions using only a scientific calculator but not easy.
A great way to answer the questions in these exercises without a GDC is by creating a table of interest, payment and balance in a spreeadsheet.
Amortization is is paying off an amount owed over time by making planned, incremental payments of principal and interest. In accounting, amortisation refers to writing off an asset's cost as an expense over its estimated useful life to reduce a company's taxable income.
The word amortise (which can also be spelled amortize) comes from the latin ad mortem meaning 'to death'
The formula to find the payments for amortisation is:
$$ Pmt = PV \times \frac{r(1+r)^n}{(1+r)^n 1} $$It is recommended to use the Finance Solve on your GDC for this topic. [See TINspire Essentials].
These are the variables used in the Finance Solver function:
There is also a function on the GDC that can produce a table showing all the datails of the gradual loan repayment:
These are the variables used in the Amortisation Table function:
The values should be typed into the function in this order:
An annuity is the investment of a lumpsum which provides the fund from which regular withdrawals are made over a fixed time period. The investment earns interest according to the balance of the annuity each time period. The payments may be made weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly, or at any other regular interval of time.
An annuity which provides for payments for the remainder of a person's lifetime is a life annuity.
It is recommended to use a GDC for your working. See TINspire Essentials for an example of how to use the Finance Solver. Note that PV (present value, the amount of the lumpsum) should be negative and the payments (PMT) should be positive.
The formula for calculating the payments from an annuity is the same as that for an amortisation
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