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## < ⎙ 9 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Compound Interest
Future Value of Investment=Principal Investment Amount*(1+(Annual Interest Rate/Number of Periods))^(Number of Periods*Number of Years the Money is Invested) GO
Net Present Value (NPV) for even cash flow
Net Present Value (NPV)=Expected Cash Flow*((1-(1+Rate of Return)^-Number of Periods)/Rate of Return)-Initial Investment GO
Future Value of a Present Sum when Compounding Periods are given
Future Value=Present Value*(1+(Rate of Return/Compounding Periods))^(Compounding Periods*Number of Periods) GO
Present Value of a Future Sum when compounding periods are given
Present Value=Future Value/(1+(Rate of Return/Compounding Periods))^(Compounding Periods*Number of Periods) GO
Future Value of Annuity
Future Value of Annuity=(Monthly Payment/Interest Rate)*((1+Interest Rate)^Number of Periods-1) GO
Zero Coupon Bond Effective Yield
Zero Coupon Bond Effective Yield=(Face Value/Present Value)^(1/Number of Periods)-1 GO
Future Value of a Present Sum when the total number of periods is given
Future Value=Present Value*(1+Interest Rate)^Total Number of Periods GO
Future Value of a Present Sum when the number of periods is given
Future Value=Present Value*exp(Rate of Return*Number of Periods) GO
Present Value of a Future Sum when number of periods is given
Present Value=Future Value/exp(Rate of Return*Number of Periods) GO

### Annuity Payment Formula

Annuity Payment=(Rate per Period*Present Value)/(1-(1+Rate per Period)^-Number of Periods)
More formulas
Jensen's Alpha GO
Profitability Index GO
Net Present Value (NPV) for even cash flow GO
Rate of Return GO
Sharpe Ratio GO
Straight Line Depreciation GO
Certificate of Deposit GO
Compound Interest GO
Capital Gains Yield GO
Discounted Payback Period GO
Doubling Time GO
Doubling Time (Simple Interest) GO
Doubling Time (Continuous Compounding) GO
PV of Perpetuity GO
Real Rate of Return GO
Rule of 72 GO
Present Value of Stock With Constant Growth GO
Present Value of Stock With Zero Growth GO
Total Stock Return GO
Zero Coupon Bond Value GO
Zero Coupon Bond Effective Yield GO
Actuarial Method Unearned Interest Loan GO

## How to Calculate Annuity Payment ?

Annuity Payment calculator uses Annuity Payment=(Rate per Period*Present Value)/(1-(1+Rate per Period)^-Number of Periods) to calculate the Annuity Payment, Annuity Payment is a series of payments at fixed intervals, guaranteed for a fixed number of years or the lifetime of one or more individuals. Annuity Payment and is denoted by PMT symbol.

How to calculate Annuity Payment using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Annuity Payment , enter Rate per Period (r), Number of Periods (n) and Present Value (PV) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Annuity Payment calculation can be explained with given input values -> 60 = (5*10)/(1-(1+5)^-1).

### FAQ

What is Annuity Payment ?
Annuity Payment is a series of payments at fixed intervals, guaranteed for a fixed number of years or the lifetime of one or more individuals and is represented as PMT=(r*PV)/(1-(1+r)^-n) or Annuity Payment=(Rate per Period*Present Value)/(1-(1+Rate per Period)^-Number of Periods). The rate per Period is the interest rate charged, The number of periods is the periods on an annuity using the present value, periodic payment, and periodic rate and The present value of the annuity is the value that determines the value of a series of future periodic payments at a given time.
How to calculate Annuity Payment ?
Annuity Payment is a series of payments at fixed intervals, guaranteed for a fixed number of years or the lifetime of one or more individuals is calculated using Annuity Payment=(Rate per Period*Present Value)/(1-(1+Rate per Period)^-Number of Periods). To calculate Annuity Payment , you need Rate per Period (r), Number of Periods (n) and Present Value (PV). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Rate per Period, Number of Periods and Present Value and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know