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Complete the exercises that are in attached file below

Each part is a tab on the spreadsheet. You can use the tables provided, a financial calculator, or (preferably) Excel functions

ACCT 211
Spring, 2021
Individual Learning project for Chapter 13
Each part is a tab on the spreadsheet. You can use the tables provided, a financial
calculator, or (preferably) Excel functions
PV and PVA: Each question counts 1 point for a total of five points. Provide your answer in
the yellow spaces provided on the first tab of the Excel workbook.
1. How much must be invested today at 8% so as to have \$5,000 in four years?
2. Today you have \$10,000 in an account that pays 10%. At the end of each of the next
five years you intend to withdraw an equal amount so that the account is closed at
the end of the five years. What is the amount of each withdrawal?
3. I borrow \$300,000 today at 11% and make payments of \$96,697.77 at the end of
each year. How many years will it take to repay the loan?
4. If I borrow \$250,000 today and agree to make payments of \$40,259 per year for
each of the next 8 years, what rate of interest am I paying?
5. Nine years ago, I invested \$2,500 in an account. Without making any deposits or
withdraws, today the account balance is \$4,997.50. What rate of interest was
earned?
Part 2 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 10 point
On the second tab, SatchmoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Restaurant, post the cash flows, negative and positive, in the
appropriate yellow cells below the time line. Note that each yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s cashflow will be totaled
and a summary is given below year 1. Additionally, the internal rate of return and the net
present value will be calculated below that summary. Answer the questions on the tab in
the blue boxes
SatchmoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Restaurant is considering the purchase of a new equipment. The equipment will
cost \$85,000 to purchase and will generate \$15,000 of additional cash inflows per year for
the next 7 years. The machine will have a salvage value of \$25,000 at the end of the 7 years.
1. Assuming a hurdle rate of 9%, calculate the net present value of the machine.
2. What is the Internal Rate of return?
3. Assume that in year 5 the machine is expected to need a major overhaul at a cost of
\$5,000. Additionally, cash flows in year five will be reduced to \$8,000.
a. What is the net present value of the investment at a hurdle rate of 9%?
b. What is the internal rate of return?
Part 3 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 5 points (just leave some evidence that you did some of this)
In this part I have provided you with a loan amortization schedule for a 30-year fixed rate
mortgage. The loan amortization schedule is based on your inputs to the blue boxes in the
upper left-hand corner
In the upper left hand corner of the third tab, insert a price for a new house under price of
home (you choose the price). Provide a current annual interest rate for a 30-year fixed rate
mortgage (use Google!). Provide a % down payment, at least 20%. The spreadsheet will
then give you the amount financed and a monthly payment.
1. Copy the monthly payment into the budgeted payment. Scroll down the 360
payments in the table and notice that the loan will be paid off after 360 months
(there may be a slight rounding error of a dollar or two).
2. Round the budgeted monthly payment up to the nearest \$1,000 (even if the
payment is say, \$1,100, rounding up will be \$2,000). In how many months will the
mortgage be paid off?
3. Again, a budgeted payment rounding up from the minimum payment, but suppose
the interest rates have increased alarmingly to 10%. Again, using a payoff strategy
of rounding up to the nearest \$1,000, how many months until the loan is paid off?
Keep this spreadsheet. You may want to revise it to your liking and have it on your laptop
when youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re buying a house!
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Question 1:
How much must be invested today at 8% so as to have \$5,000 in
four years?
Question 2:
Today you have \$10,000 in an account that pays 10%. At the
end of each of the next five years you intend to withdraw an
equal amount so that the account is closed at the end of the five
years. What is the amount of each withdrawal?
Question 3:
I borrow \$300,000 today at 11% and make payments of
\$96,697.77 at the end of each year. How many years will it take
to repay the loan?
Question 4:
If I borrow \$250,000 today and agree to make payments of
\$40,259 per year for each of the next 8 years, what rate of
interest am I paying?
Question 5:
Nine years ago, I invested \$2,500 in an account. Without
making any deposits or withdraws, today the account balance is
\$4,997.50. What rate of interest was earned?
Year 0
Cashflow 1 – Initial Investment
Cashflow 2 – Additional Cashflow/year
Cashflow3 – Salvage Value
Cashflow 4 – other
Cashflow 5 – other
Total Cashflow \$
Initial Investment
Net cashflow – Year 1
Net cashflow – Year 2
Net cashflow – Year 3
Net cashflow – Year 4
Net cashflow – Year 5
Net cashflow – Year 6
Net cashflow – Year 7
Internal Rate of Return:
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