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Textbook Problem

Calculate the missing information on the following revolving credit accounts. Interest is calculated on the unpaid or previous month’s balance.

Annual Monthly Purchases Payments

Previous Percentage Periodic Finance and Cash and New

Balace Rate (APR) Rate Charge Advances Credits Balance

$2,390.00 ___ 1 1 4 %

______ $1,233.38 $300.00 _______

To determine

To calculate: The annual percentage rate, finance charge and new balance if previous balance is $2,390.00, monthly periodic rate is 114%, purchase and cash advances are $1,233.38 and payments and credits are $300.00

Explanation

Given Information:

Previous balance is $2,390.00, monthly periodic rate is 114%, purchase and cash advances are $1,233.38 and payments and credits is $300.00

Formula used:

Follow the steps to compute the finance charge and new balance by using the unpaid balance method:

Step1: The formula of the annual percentage rate is computed by multiplying the annual percentage rate and then the answer is divided with the number of months in a year that is by 12.

Annual Percentage Rate=Monthly Periodic Rate×12

Step2: The formula of finance charge is computed by multiplying the balance of the previous month with the monthly periodic rate.

Finance Charge=Average daily balance×periodic rate

Step3: The formula of the new balance is computed by adding all previous month balance, finance charge, purchases and cash advances and subtract the total of payments and credits.

New balance= Previous balance +Finance charge+Purchases and cash advancesPayments and credits

Calculation:

Consider that previous balance is $2,390.00, monthly periodic rate is 114%, purchase and cash advances are $1,233.38 and payments and credits is $300.00

Compute the annual percentage rate by substituting monthly periodic rate equals to 114% and time period equals to 12 months,

Annual percentage Rate=Monthly periodic rate×12=114%×12=15%

Hence, annual percentage rate is 15%

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