We ask for one problem per thread. It becomes very unclear what you are talking about over 13 posts.

Your first problem is unclear: "how would you calculate **THIS**." What is the "this" that we are to calculate?

Is it the annual fee?. Why 30 day/ 365 days? A month is not always 30 days. If you have a monthly fee and are interested in a year, why mess around with days at all.

Is it 1000.00, 100,000.00, or 1,000,000.00? If, as it seems, it is 100,000 * 0.0025 = 250.

\(\displaystyle \dfrac{12 \text { months}}{\text {year}} * \dfrac{\dfrac{250 \text { dollars in fees}}{100,000 \text { dollars in value}}}{\text {month}} =\)

\(\displaystyle \dfrac{\dfrac{3000 \text { dollars in fees}}{100000 \text { dollars in value}}}{\text {year}}.\)

When you are working with monetary units, you have to clarify your dimensions with dollars worth of what?

I want to thank you for your reply!

You replied as follows:

"We ask for one problem per thread. It becomes very unclear what you are talking about over 13 posts."

Yes, some of the time the experts ask for clarification and the response may require a shift from the original question.

"Your first problem is unclear: "how would you calculate

**THIS**." What is the "this" that we are to calculate?"

There is nothing to calculate. I did not ask for an answer to any calculations that I posted.

"Is it the annual fee?. Why 30 day/ 365 days? A month is not always 30 days. If you have a monthly fee and are interested in a year, why mess around with days at all."

No, it is not an annual fee. It is a monthly advisory fee that is charged after each month. If the month does not have 30 days, use 31 days.

"Is it 1000.00, 100,000.00, or 1,000,000.00? If, as it seems, it is 100,000 * 0.0025 = 250."

I think it is clear in my first posting that it is $100,000 * 0.0025 * 30/365.

I am merely interested dimensional analysis of this problem and others similar to it.