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Functions Of A Dollar Tables

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Jerry Lieb

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Does anyone know a good (free) website where I can download and print the 6 Functions Of A Dollar tables, in various percentages? I'm missing some in my file.

Thanks a bunch.!

Jerry
 

Jerry Lieb

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Rex,

Thanks for your quick reply. I already have the formulas. What I'm looking for it a site where I can download some of the tables I'm missing. I've attached a sample of what I'm referring to.
 

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Howard Klahr

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Just enter the formulas in excel and you can have as many free tables as you want
 

Gobears81

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I think principlesofaccounting.com might have what you are looking for
 

Jerry Lieb

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Just enter the formulas in excel and you can have as many free tables as you want

Howard - Many thanks for that. I didn't know I could do that in Excel. Will try it later today.

Jerry
 

Sid Holderly

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Any of the financial calculators give the data with simple inputs. 10 B-2 my favorite, 12C, 17C, BAIIplus and many others. Some will display several iterations at a time or even print the data.
 

Pittsburgh Pete

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12C can generate them all. Also virtually guarantees that you understand the purpose/use of each function.
 

Jerry Lieb

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Howard,
Just to let you know I was able to set up the formula in Excel - and the references to "i" and "n". Glad you made that suggestion.

Thanks to everyone else who responded to my question.

Appraiser's Forum is a great place.....! Good, helpful people here.

- J
 
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