## Investment Opportunities in Everyday Life

Investment opportunities are all around you, but without your 10bii Financial Calculator, you might not realize how good they are! Case in point: I subscribe to a legal service which provides contracts on demand, etc. I was paying \$40/month (i.e.

## Money Blog – How discounted is that note really? Part 5

See all five posts in this series Lastly, time for part 5.  To recap, the scenario from Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 is as follows: THE SCENARIO I came across a note for sale.  The terms of the note

## Money Blog – How discounted is that note really? Part 4

See all five posts in this series Okay, time for part 4.  To recap, the scenario from Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 is as follows: <!– (Part 5 comes next)–> THE SCENARIO I came across a note for sale.

## Money Blog – How discounted is that note really? Part 3

See all five posts in this series Okay, time for part 3.  To recap, the scenario from Part 1 and Part 2 is as follows: <!–(Part 4 and Part 5 come next)–> THE SCENARIO I came across a note for sale.  The terms

## Money Blog – How discounted is that note really? Part 2

See all five posts in this series Okay, time for part 2.  To recap, the scenario from Part 1 is as follows:  <!–(Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5 come next)–> THE SCENARIO I came across a note for sale.  The terms of the note

## Money Blog – How discounted is that note really? Part 1

See all five posts in this series This post was inspired by a customer who asked us for some help solving a problem.  We asked him if it was okay with him if we did a Money Blog post about

## Money Blog – Turning one note into another, part 3

See all three posts in this series This week we’ll continue with the scenario from Part 2. To recap, I’ve bought a note for \$20,000.  The terms of the note are as follows: 360-month amortization (48 months have passed) 7%

## Money Blog – Turning one note into another, part 2

See all three posts in this series This week I’ll continue with the scenario from Part 1. To recap, I’ve bought a note for \$20,000.  The terms of the note are as follows: 360-month amortization (48 months have passed), 7%

## Money Blog – Turning one note into another, part 1

See all three posts in this series I had a discussion the other week with an investor colleague who had just bought a note at a discount.  That discussion got me thinking, and those thoughts became this week’s Money Blog

## Money Blog – Buying notes for high yield

Another week, another TVM scenario for you!  You can use any financial calculator to do these, but if you want the BEST, you can get our 10bii Financial Calculator for iPhone/iPad, Android, or Mac! This week we’re going to see