# Tools for the financial analyst

Financial analysis requires the use of discount and compound factor for various present value and future worth calculations. This task is made simple by using tables for discount factors to find present and future value of a single \$1 or periodic payments in amounts of \$1. Here, me Abraham A. will present to you a variety of tables for various sorts of interest factors.

All tad Finance products are available for download at this link.

### Interest rate tables

1. PVIF Table
This is an online version of the PVIF Table that shows present value interest factor of a lump sum amount of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
2. PVIFA Table
This is an online version of the PVIFA Table that shows present value interest factor of annuity of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
3. PVIFAD Table
This is an online version of the PVIFAD Table that shows present value interest factor of annuity due of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
4. FVIF Table
This is an online version of the FVIF Table that shows future value interest factor of a lump sum amount of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
5. FVIFA Table
This is an online version of the FVIFA Table that shows future value interest factor of annuity of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
6. FVIFAD Table
This is an online version of the FVIFAD Table that shows future value interest factor of annuity due of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
7. Present Worth Factor Table
This is an online version of the present worth factor table that shows present worth of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
8. Compound Amount Factor Table
This is an online version of the compound amount factor table that shows compound amount of \$1 values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
9. Capital Recovery Factor Table
This is an online version of the capital recovery factor table that shows Capital Recovery Factor values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.
10. Sinking Fund Factor Table
This is an online version of the sinking fund factor table that shows Sinking Fund Factor values for interest rates ranging from 1% to 50% and for number of periods ranging from 1 to 50.

### Finance tutorials

Finance tutorials on a variety of topics ranging from finding ROI using IRR, NPV, Payback period, etc. TVM calculations i.e. present value & future value of loans and bank deposits. Valuation & yield on stocks and bonds i.e. cost of equity, & debt. Rates of return on investments i.e. ARR, GRR, holding period return & yield.

### Excel 4 finance

Excel 4 finance to perform DCF analysis NPV, xNPV, IRR, xIRR, MIRR, xMIRR etc. Time value of money calculations i.e GRADIENT, INTEREST RATE, NPER, PMT, etc, yields and prices of bonds and stocks. Rates of return i.e. HPR, HPY, AHPR, and AHPY, etc.

### TI BA II plus guide

TI BA II plus guide to analyze investments using capital budgeting methods i.e IRR, NPV, MIRR etc. TVM calculations i.e. RATE, NPER, PMT, PV, FV. Interest rate factors i.e. PVIFA, PVIF, FVIFA, FVIF, etc .

### Finance tables

Finance tables to find interest factors for present value and future value of \$1 and of annuities with start of period and end of period payments in amount of \$1. Interest rates for growing and shrinking annuities are available as well.