Deferred Annuities

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10 Comments

  1. Dude, YOU are the man. 5 years later this video is helping me do well in my college finance course.

  2. lol the math says (P/A,i,n)

  3. Where do you get that 3.1699? Why wont you explain it fucking shitstauin

  4. i though you're formula is wrong, when getting the present value. It should be P=A[(1-i)^n -1/i(1-i)^n]

  5. With deferred annuities, do you ALWAYS use an ordinary annuity formula? Is it possible to be using annuity due? Say for example, at the beginning of time 2, not at the end..?

  6. thank you sooooo much 🙂

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