Interest Calculator

Simple interest calculator quickly calculates the money you will earn based on your initial investment, interest rate, and years. This online compound intrest calculater measures your earning based on a fixed interest rate; the actual money you will earn will vary according to your interest rate.


Present Value:        

Interest Rate(%):     

Years of Compounding: 





Total Interest: 

Future Value:   






5 Comments

  1. Alex says:
    Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 9:40pm

    The following extract has been taken from the balance sheet of ABC Ltd.

    Contributed capital $
    2 000 000 ordinary shares 2 000 000
    1 000 000 12% preference shares 1 000 000
    3 000 000
    Retained profits 1 200 000
    4 200 000

    16% debentures 4 000 000
    Provision for dividends – ordinary shares 200 000

    Additional information

    o Ordinary shares have a market value of $1.80 and an expected constant growth in dividends of 6%.

    o Preference shares have a market value of $1.25.

    o Debentures have a market value of $93.75 for each $100 debenture. The debentures are redeemable in five years for their issue price.

    o The company pays tax at a rate of 30 cents in the dollar.

    a Calculate the cost of capital for each source of long-term finance.

    b What is the weighted average cost of capital?

  2. Christian says:
    Friday, February 25, 2011 at 7:10am

    Sweet, this actually isn’t blocked on my school computers. Totally stellar, man.
    Ooga booga, where the wizards at!?

  3. Shawn Diggity says:
    Friday, February 25, 2011 at 7:13am

    I know man me too, I can’t feel my LEGS!!!!1!!!!!

  4. Christian says:
    Friday, February 25, 2011 at 7:14am

    Legs are yummy twelve!
    You mad, businessmen?

  5. Barksdale Barksdale says:
    Friday, February 25, 2011 at 9:39am

    hey this quanique how do u work a financial calculator

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