Compound interest

United States, 1985

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Episode number 14 of Series “Principles of accounting”.
Thomas Casey demonstrates how compound interest increases the time value of money. Present value and future value are explained, and how to compute simple and compound interest, which may involve the use of specially designed tables. The program concludes by showing how interest rates can be stated and how to calculate investment for the future.

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director

Timothy Swartz

producer

Frank Wilson

production company

Instructional Media

Penn State

WPSX-TV

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1985

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Principles of accounting

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Principles of accounting

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