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Use Future Value and Present Value Tables to Apply Compound Interest to Accounting Transactions

Kristen Quinn makes equal deposits of $500 semiannually for 4 years.

Required:

What is the future value at 8%? (Note: Round answers to two decimal places.)

To determine

Concept introduction:

Time value of money:

Time value of money is the concept that differentiates the value of money received today and the value of same money received in future. According to this concept, the same amount of money to be received in future shall have lower present value (value of the money today) due to the interest that could be earned on that money.

To calculate:

The future value.

Explanation

The future value is calculated as follows:

Annuity Amount (A) $ 500
Semiannual return % (8%/2) 4%
Number of ...

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