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This video explains the concept of the time value of money, as it pertains to finance and accounting. An example is given to illustrate why there is a time value associated with the timing of cash flows.
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Why when you get your money matters as much as how much money. Present and future value also discussed. Created by Sal Khan.
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Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: If you gladly pay for a hamburger on Tuesday for a hamburger today, is it equivalent to paying for it today? A reasonable argument can be made that most everything in finance really boils down to "present value". So pay attention to this tutorial.
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This Time Value of Money Lesson TVM covers all the basic concepts of the Time Value of Money that you would learn in Finance. In this tvm tutorial we cover simple interest, compound interest, present value formula, future value formula, annuity due, ordinary annuity, present value of annuities, future value of an annuity, intrayear compounding interest, and perpetuities. In this time value of money lesson we teach you by video using visualizations to help you understand how money and time works. If you study this finance tvm video tutorial in combination with what you leanr about the time value of money in your finance class, you should have a clear understanding when it is time to take your time value of money tvm test or exam. I’m glad that I could help you study for your finance time value of money exam.
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What is an ordinary annuity?
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What is the present value formula?
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How to solve the present value of an uneven series of cash flows.
What is a perpetuity?
How to solve the present value of an ordinary annuity.
How to solve the present value of an annuity due.
How to solve the future value of an annuity due.
How to solve the future value of an ordinary annuity.
Present value of a perpetuity formula.
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Lecture 7: Time Value of Money
Professor Carolyn Levine
Time Value of Money is a very important aspect of accounting, and in this lecture we will talk about its relevance and significance. We talk about interest and the different ways it can be calculated and charged. The phrase time value of money indicates a relationship between time and money. A dollar received today is worth more than a dollar promised at some time in the future.
Interest is the payment for the use of money (i.e. excess cash received or repaid over the amount borrowed, the principal). Variables determining the amount of interest include the principal (amount borrowed or invested), the interest rate (a percentage that determines the amount paid or received), and the time (usually the number of years or portion of a year that the principal is outstanding.
For the simple calculation of an annuity, there must be periodic payments or receipts (called rents) of the same amount, there must be a same-length interval between such rents, and compounding of interest must occur once per interval. Ordinary annuities are when the payment and receipt are due at the end of the period. An annuity due is when the payment or receipt occurs at the beginning of the period.
Present vs. future values refer to what amount today is equivalent to the set of annuity payments. It involves valuing assets purchased using an annuity contract. It involves determining the required contributions for settling a liability. Regarding on the future value of an annuity due, rents occur at the beginning of each period, and interest accumulates during the first period. Essentially, annuities due have one more interest period than ordinary annuities, but the same amount of deposits and receipts.
Time Value of Money 0:09
Relevance of Time Value 1:15
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Example 12:48
Compounded Interest (Example) 20:20
Calculations for Compounded Interest example 25:00
Examples 31:21
Single Sum: Unknown PV or FV 32:54
Quiet for class example 41:15 - 43:19
Class example solution 43:20
Single Sum: Unknown duration or rate 47:20
Annuities 55:40
Present vs. Future Value 1:02:27
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This video discusses the concepts of Future Value and Present Value in relation to the time value of money. This includes discussions of lump sums as well as annuities. We will discuss the use of tables, as well as Excel formulas.

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Christopher Severson

A choice between money now and money later. Created by Sal Khan.
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Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: If you gladly pay for a hamburger on Tuesday for a hamburger today, is it equivalent to paying for it today? A reasonable argument can be made that most everything in finance really boils down to "present value". So pay attention to this tutorial.
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In the video, 11.02 - Present Value Tables – Time Value of Money – Lesson 1, Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, explains present value of a lump sum and present value of an ordinary annuity, or annuity in arrears, how to find the present value factors in a present value table and how to apply the knowledge in calculating the present value of a bond at issuance. Future value concepts are also covered, but only briefly because present value is more relevant for the CPA Exam. Roger also breaks down how the present value of an annuity is just a summing of multiple present value of a lump sum values.
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Ok, we talked about present value as far as the bonds. Let's now look at this and apply it. Now, if you come back over here, we said how do you figure out the proceeds on the bond? We said face, par, million dollar face times the present value of the lump sum, 10 percent, boom. Plus, 80,000 present value of an ordinary annuity, 5 years, 10 percent, boom.
So the question is, what does this mean, where do these factors come from? Those are called present value. If you look in your notes you will see present value of an amount. That is present value of a lump sum. That's the amount you need to invest today at a certain interest rate for so many years to get back a dollar in the future.

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What happens when we have multiple periods of different sized cash flows? We discount the cash flows individually using the equation we just learned. Illustrations included to clearly explain the concept like always!
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Describe the fundamental concepts related to the time value of money. These techniques are being used in many areas of financial reporting where the relative values of cash inflows and outflows are measured and analyzed.
Compound interest, annuity, and present value techniques can be applied to many of the items found in financial statements. In accounting, these techniques can be used to measure the relative values of cash inflows and outflows, evaluate alternative investment opportunities, and determine periodic payments necessary to meet future obligations.

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Farhat's Accounting Lectures

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We've all heard the phrase "Time is money." But what do these two things actually have to do with one another? German Nande explains the math behind interest rates, revealing the equation that will allow you to calculate the future value of your money (if you wisely put it in the bank, that is).
Lesson by German Nande, animation by TED-Ed.

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This video explains how to calculate the present value of an annuity. A formula is presented for calculating the present value of an annuity and an example is used to illustrate the calculations.
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This lecture follows and builds upon "Time Value of Money: Single Cash Flows" in the Corporate Finance series. If you are going to make decisions that impact firm value, it is helpful to be able to measure value, which we do through the time value of money model. In this lecture I strive for an in-depth understanding of annuities, perpetuities and growth perpetuities. As with all these lectures, it is designed to be interactive giving you a chance to answer questions as I develop the concepts. I conclude with a challenging "real world" example and suggest that if you understand this, then you truly have a solid grasp of this topic.

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Financial Accounting by Brian Bushee.
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An Introduction to Financial Accounting
This course will improve your fluency in financial accounting, the language of business. You will learn how to read, understand, and analyze most of the information provided by companies in their financial statements. These skills will help you make more informed decisions using financial information.

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Gives examples of Time Value of Money problems. Usually the most challenging aspect is figuring out which type of problem you are dealing with.

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Lecture 11: Capital Investment Decisions
and the Time Value of Money
by Professor Victoria Chiu
(Chapter 21)
This lecture focuses primarily on capital budgeting. The topics of payback period and rate of return are discussed as well as the methods for calculating them. Lastly, the concept of time value of money is explained, as well as the many terms that fall under it (annuities, future values, present values, number of periods, interest, and more).
Begins with Overview of New Topic
and Learning Objectives of Chapter
Capital Budgeting (defined): 2:47
Cash Flows: 8:48
(relation to Capital Budgeting)
Capital Budgeting Process (diagram): 12:50
Payback Period (defined): 17:35
Calculating Payback Period: 19:19
Criticisms of Payback Period: 28:24
Rate of Return (defined): 30:26
Calculating Rate of Return: 35:21
Rate of Return Decision Rule: 43:35
Exercise S21-2: 45:11
(Using payback period and rate
of return methods to make capital
investment decisions)
Exercise S21-2 Solution: 51:51
Time Value of Money (defined): 1:01:22
Factors That Affect Time Value of Money: 1:03:27
Interest: 1:05:45
Present and Future Value
Along a Time Continuum: 1:07:52
Factors for Present and Future Value: 1:09:16
Using Future Values (FV factors table): 1:09:36
Using Future Values for Annuities: 1:11:28
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Exactly what is Present Value and how will you utilize the Present Value Formula? In the event that you already understand the idea of Future Value, you will be able to easily understand Present Value.
Exactly what is the "Present Value" of today's $100? It's also $100! Why? Because "present" means "today". Thus, it is $100 today (present value), and after earning interest, it may become $105 the following year (future value).
Let's say that one year ago, this money was only a little more than $95, and then it earned interest all through the year, and now it's valued at$100. Exactly which is the "Past Value" of your $100? Again, very straightforward! It is $95.
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Farhat's Accounting Lectures

Explained the concept of time value of money.
Further CVF, CVAF, PVF and PVAF tables are explained.
Student can also watch the following lectures related with the same topic :
1. Present Value of Perpetuity :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVxvJ_JTiug
2. Time Value of Money (Problem & Solution) :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTCyi_OdRYE
3. Utility of CVF, CVAF, PVF and PVAF in Financial Management :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBOMLP7oXU4
4. Application of PVAF, CVAF, PVF and CVF tables in Financial Management :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNCPVqLeFi8
5. How to calculate PVF, PVAF, CVF, CVAF values on calculator :
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Accounting 2 - ACCT 122 - Program #211 - Time Value of Money

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Time Value of Money - Financial Management (FM)
Time Value of Money - TVM
The time value of money means money available at the present time is worth more than the same amount in the future due to its potential earning capacity.
Basic Time Value of Money
FV = Future value of money
PV = Present value of money
i = interest rate
n = number of compounding periods per year
t = number of years
Based on these variables, the formula for TVM is:
FV = PV x (1 + (i / n)) ^ (n x t)
Few of the basic terms used in time value of money calculations are:
Present Value
When a future payment or series of payments are discounted at the given rate of interest up to the present date to reflect the time value of money, the resulting value is called present value.
Future Value
Future value is amount that is obtained by enhancing the value of a present payment or a series of payments at the given rate of interest to reflect the time value of money.
Interest
Interest is charge against use of money paid by the borrower to the lender in addition to the actual money lent.
Application of Time Value of Money Principle
There are many applications of time value of money principle. For example, we can use it to compare the worth of cash flows occurring at different times in future, to find the present worth of a series of payments to be received periodically in future, to find the required amount of current investment that must be made at a given interest rate to generate a required future cash flow, etc.
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Time value of money is explained in hindi. Let's understand Power of Compounding, Present Value and Future value concepts. We will also learn about Simple Interest and Compound Interest & how they work in investing in the upcoming videos.
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Future Value - https://youtu.be/BFRGWenwulc
Future Value of an Annuity - https://youtu.be/f6a7E3326QQ
Future Value of Uneven Cash Flows - https://youtu.be/yHoTUk8HP-c
Present Value - https://youtu.be/pxm-5MBO2dg
Present Value of an Annuity - https://youtu.be/0giLqLyijtc
Net Present Value (NPV) - https://youtu.be/SpHIBfPGwx8
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Time Value of Money
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Simple Interest. mij my`
Compound Interest. Pµe„w× my`
Compound Interest
FV =PV〖(1+r)〗^n
Installment / wKw¯Íi K_v _vK‡j t
PV = A/r{1-1/(1+r)^n }
FV= A/r{(1+r)^n-1}
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GLv‡b, PV= Present Value (eZ©gvb g~j¨ / Avmj)
Fv= Future value. (fwel¨r g~j¨ / my`vmj)
r= Rate of Interest. (m~‡`i nvi)
A= Annuity (wKw¯Í)
m= Maturity Period (c~Y©Zv cÖvwßi mgq Kvj)
Find the compound interest on tk. 10,000 for 4 years at 5% per annum. What will be the simple interest in the above case?
Solutions:
here
Present value PV=10000
Rate of interest r = 5%=5/100=.05
Number of year n=4
we know,
FV =PV〖(1+r)〗^n
= 10000(1+.05)^4
=1000×1.21550625
=12,155.06
So interest= Fv-Pv = (12,155.06-10000)=2,155.06
For Simple Interest:
I=Pnr
= 10000×4×.05=Tk.2000 (Ans)
What sum of money invested at 8% per annum? Payable half- yearly for 2 years will amount to tk.1000?
Here,
Fv=1000
r=8%=8/100=0.08
m=2
n=2
PV=?
we know,
FV =PV〖(1+□(r/m))〗^nm
1000=PV (1+□((.08)/2))^(2×2)
1000=PV×1.16985856
PV×1.16985856=1000
PV=1000/(1.16985856)
PV= 854.80
Principal Amount=854.80
Find the number of year and the fraction of years in which a sum of money will treble itself at compound interest at 8% per annum.
here,
let present value or principal amount pv=100
so, future value Fv= 100×3=300
rate of interest r=8%=.08
Number of year n= ?
we know,
Fv =pv〖(1+r)〗^n
300=100〖(1+r)〗^n
100(1+r)^n=300
(1+r)^n=300/100
(1+r)^n=3
log(1+.08)^n=log3
n log1.08=log3
n=log3/(log1.08)
n=(.477121254)/(.033423755)
n=14.27 years. (Ans)
Present Value
Example:
What sum should be paid for an annuity of tk 2400 for 20 years at 4.50% compound interest per annum?
Solution:
here,
Annual installment A= 2400
Rate of interest r= 4.5%=(4.5)/100=.045
Number of year n=20
Pv=?
We know,
Pv = A/r{1-1/(1+r)^n }
= 2400/(.045) {1-1/〖(1+.045)〗^20 }
= 2400/(.045) {1-.414642859}
=53,333.33×.58535714
=31,219.05
so, present value tk. 31,219.05 . (Ans)
A loan of tk. 40,000 is to repaid in equal annual installment consisting of principal and interest due in course of 30 years. Find the amount of each installment reckoning interest at 4% per annum.
Solution:
here,
pv=40000
r=4%= 4/100=.04
n=30 years
A=?
we know,
Pv = A/r{1-1/(1+r)^n }
40000=A/(.04) {1-1/〖(1+.04)〗^30 }
40000=A/(.04) (1-.308318668)
40000=A×17.2920333
A×17.2920333=40000
A=40000/(17.2920333)
A=2,313.20
So Annual installment tk. 2,313.20 (Ans)
A man Borrows Tk.1,000 on the understanding that it is to be paid back in four equal installments at intervals of six months the first payment to be made six months after the money was borrowed . Calculate the amount of each installment reckoning compound interest at 2.5% per half year.
Solutions:
Pv= 1000
r=2.5%×2=5%=.05
m=2
n=2
A=?
we know,
Pv = A/□(r/m){1-1/(1+□(r/m))^nm }
1000=A/□((.05)/2) {1-1/(1+□((.05)/2))^(2×2) }
1000=A/(.025) {1-.905950644}
1000=A×3.761974208
A×3.761974208=1000
A=1000/(3.761974208)
A=265.82
So installment Tk.265.82 (Ans)
Future Value
Calculate the amount of future value of an annuity of tk3000 for 15 years if the rate of interest be 4.50% per annum.
Solution:
here
Annual installment A=3000
rate of interest R= 4.50%=(4.50)/100=.045
number of year n= 15
FV=?
we Know
FV= A/r{(1+r)^n-1}
= 3000/(.045) {(1+.045)^15-1}
=66,666.67(1.935282443-1)
=62,352.16
So the amount of future value tk.62,352.16
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