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For your birthday present, you are offered the choice of a gift of $1,000 Elizabethton a subsidized loan of $5,000. The terms of the loan are 1% interest rate and all interest and principal must be paid back at the end of 5 years. Which option would you take if the market rate of interest were 10%? Why? If the 1% loan is an annuity loan instead of the above lump sum repayment at the end of 5 years, would it affect your decision? Answer: Gift's profit in 5 years is 1,610.51. Subsidized (simple) loan's net profit is 2,797.50. If loan is annuity-type, then net profit is 1,763.08. In either case, both types of loans are better than the gift. *****How do I find the loan net profit if it is annuity type?? This is the second part of the question. I got all other parts, but I can't figure this out. If you could help me, I would appreciate it!!
With the simple loan, you are being asked to repay it at the end of the 5 years. With an annuity loan, you must make 5 equal payments over the life of the loan. Each payment would be $1030.20 [Excel: =pmt(1%,5,5000)] If you invest $5000 at 10%, but must withdraw $1030.20 each year to make the payments, your profit at the end of the 5 years is $1,763.08 [Excel: =fv(10%,5,1030.20,-5000)]