# Economic Order Quantity Formula

Finance / July 25, 2018 / Hanna Hunt

Interest is the charge against the use of money by the borrower. The same is profit earned by the lender of money. The amount which is invested in a bank in order to earn interest is called principal. The interest rate is normally expressed in percentage and represents the dollar interest earned per \$100 of principal in a specific time, usually a year. Simple interest and compound interest are the two types of interest based on the way they are calculated.

### Annual Debt Service Formula

#### Gross Margin Calculation Formula

##### Simple Annual Interest Formula
###### Target Net Income Formula

A car loan (also known as an automobile loan, or auto loan) is a sum of money a consumer borrows in order to purchase a car. Generally speaking a loan is an amount of money that is lent to an individual, a business, or another entity. The party that lends the money is known as the lender, while the party borrowing the money is called the borrower. When taking out a loan a borrower agrees to pay back the full loan amount, as well as any interest (a percentage of the loan amount, usually calculated on an annual basis), by a certain date, typically by making monthly payments.

The enterprise value (EV) of the business is calculated by discounting the unlevered free cash flows (UFCFs) projected over the projection period and the terminal value calculated at the end of the projection period to their present values using the chosen discount rate (WACC).

The debt-to-income (DTI) ratio is a personal finance measure that compares an individualâ€™s debt payment to his or her overall income. The debt-to-income ratio is one way lenders, including mortgage lenders, measure an individualâ€™s ability to manage monthly payment and repay debts. DTI is calculated by dividing total recurring monthly debt by gross monthly income, and it is expressed as a percentage.

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