Create an interest rate table that opens in a new window for print. It is limited to 10 dollar values and 20 period values. A = dollar values and n = number of periods. Results will only show up to 4 decimal places and number of periods will be forced to integers.
The basic calculation for the interest rate tables finds i, the Interest Rate, using the basic Interest Rate formula: i = (A / P)^(1 / n ) - 1 where P is the Principal amount of money to be invested ($1) and A is the Final Value of P at an Interest Rate i% per period for n Number of Time Periods. You can then look up i in the table for a given final value and number of periods.