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Compound Interest, Earnings Growth, Tax Rates, etc.

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1. ### How to calculate a fixed rate of interest on a Balloon Payment loan

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2. ### Stock issue merger: A gives B 1 share of A for each of B

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3. ### Annuity: $50K in bank,$200K in shares, retiring in 15 yrs

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4. ### Complicated Retirement Problem

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5. ### need help solving 2000/(1+i)^2 + 100* [{1- 1/(1+i)^2}/i] = 1826

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6. ### IRR (calculation)

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7. ### Finance Help: find present value of each of 3 offers

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8. ### time value of money

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9. ### financial homework help

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10. ### Split - 7 problems - without a line of work shown

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11. ### Fun problem for everyone - An annuity whose payments vary

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12. ### calulating interest and principal components

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13. ### Need Help figuring out this problem! ASAP!

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14. ### Calculating Average Fees and Transaction Volumes Word Problem

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15. ### Symbolica question: Is "F(X) = A(d)Δ -> C(d)Δ" correct?

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