Posted: January 20th, 2022

First assignment

Please answer each of the following questions in detail and provide in-text citations in support

of your argument. Include examples whenever applicable. Make sure to provide examples for

each of the questions below.

a. Define and discuss the time value of money in the context of compounding interest.

b. Explain what an annuity is and what are the two most common types of annuity. Explain

how the present value and future value of an annuity is determined.

c. Extend the notion of compounding mentioned in your answer to part “a” above to

general situations where compounding is induced by growth, inflation, or deflation.

must cite: Ross, S. A., Westerfield, R. W., & Jordan, R. D. (2018). *Fundamentals of corporate finance* (12th ed.). McGraw-Hill

second assignment

Activity 2 – CLO 1, CLO 2, CLO 3, CLO 4, CLO 5

Part A:

By the end of this year, you will be 35 years old and you want to plan for your retirement. You

wish to retire at the age of 65 and you expect to live 20 years after retirement. Upon retirement

you wish to have an annual sum of $50,000 to supplement your social security benefits.

Therefore, you opened your retirement account with a 7% annual interest rate. At retirement

you liquidate your account and use the funds to buy an investment grade bond which makes

$50,000 annual coupon payments based on a 6 % coupon rate, throughout your retirement

years.

1. How much will the face value of the bond that you will be investing?

2. Please calculate the monthly payment in your retirement account in order to be able to

achieve the plan mentioned above?

3. How much will your inheritors receive?

Now let’s extend the problem so that you protect yourself against inflation.

Part B:

Suppose you think if you were to retire right now you would have needed $50,000 each year to

supplement your social security and maintain your desired lifestyle. But because there is on

average 3% annual inflation, when you retire in 30 years from now you need more than

$50,000 per year to maintain the lifestyle you like.

4. How much will be equivalent to $50,000 at the retirement time when adjusted for

inflation?

5. How much will be the face value of the bond that yields the equivalent of $50,000, found

in #4 of Part B in coupon payment?

6. How much annual payment in the retirement account is needed to accumulate the

amount needed to purchase the bond when retiring?

7. What is the purchase power of the amount that will be received by your inheritors,

measured in the current value of $ at the time of opening the retirement account?

(Hint: First calculate what future amount in 30 years, which is equivalent to $50,000 now and

then solve the rest of the problem).

Provide your explanations and definitions in detail and be precise. Comment on your findings.

Provide references for content when necessary. Provide your work in detail and explain in your

own words. Support your statements with peer-reviewed in-text citation(s) and reference(s).

must cite: Ross, S. A., Westerfield, R. W., & Jordan, R. D. (2018). *Fundamentals of corporate finance* (12th ed.). McGraw-Hill

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