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Anny Winslow has a Bank of America revolving credit account with an annual percentage rate of 12 % calculated on the previous month's balance. Answer the questions that follow using the monthly statement below.

Chapter 13.I, Problem 7RE, Anny Winslow has a Bank of America revolving credit account with an annual percentage rate of 12

a. What is the finance charge?

b. What is Anny's new balance?

(a)

To determine

To calculate: The finance charge, if annual percentage rate is 12% and previous month balance is $120.00.

Explanation

Given Information:

Annual percentage is 12% and previous month balance is $120.00. The table showing the transactions is as follows:

Date Activity Amount ($)
September 17 Previous month’s balance 120.00
September 810 Radio shack 185.52
September 1113 Payment 115.52
September 1421 Union oil 138.77
September 2226 Cash advance 198.77
September 2730 Safeway supermarket 257.93

Formula used:

Step 1: The average daily balance is computed by dividing the total sum of daily balances by the number of days in a billing cycle.

Average daily balance=Sum of daily balancesdays in billing cycle

Step 2: The finance charge is computed by multiplying the balance of the previous month with the monthly periodic rate.

Finance Charge=Previous month balance×periodic rate

Calculation:

Consider that previous balance is $120.00, annual percentage rate is 12%.

Dates Number of days Activity/ Amount Unpaid balance (unpaid balance+chargepayment) ($) Daily balances (Unpaid balance×Days) ($)
September 17 7 Previous month balance 120.00 840
September 810 3 Charge 65

(b)

To determine

To calculate: The new balance, if annual percentage rate is 12% and previous month balance is $120.00.

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