## How do you find the present value of a PVIF table?

Example of the PVIF Using the formula for calculating the PVIF, the calculation would be $10,000 / (1 + . 05) ^ 5. The resulting PVIF figure from the calculation is $7,835.26. The present value of the future sum is then determined by subtracting the PVIF figure from the total future sum to be received.

**How do you calculate PVIF and PVIFA?**

How to Calculate PVIF and PVIFA on Simple Calculator

- Convert 12% into decimal part = 12/100 = 0.12.
- Add 1 to it = 0.12 + 1 = 1.12.
- Now, just press “1/1.12” and press “=” as many times as the number of years (here 4 times)
- You got the answer (PVIF) – 0.6355.
- Press the GT (Grand Total) button on the Top Left side.

**How do you find the present value?**

The present value formula is PV=FV/(1+i)n, where you divide the future value FV by a factor of 1 + i for each period between present and future dates. Input these numbers in the present value calculator for the PV calculation: The future value sum FV. Number of time periods (years) t, which is n in the formula.

### What does a present value table show?

Definition: A present value table is a tool that helps analysts calculate the PV of an amount of money by multiplying it by a coefficient found on the table.

**How do you calculate PVIF in Excel?**

Example: if you were trying to figure out the present value of a future annuity that has an interest rate of 5 percent for 12 years with an annual payment of $1000, you would enter the following formula: =PV(. 05,12,1000). This would get you a present value of $8,863.25.

**What is present value table used for?**

## How do you calculate the present value?

**How do you calculate present?**

Present Value Formula and Calculator The present value formula is PV=FV/(1+i)n, where you divide the future value FV by a factor of 1 + i for each period between present and future dates. Input these numbers in the present value calculator for the PV calculation: The future value sum FV.

**How do you make a PV table in Excel?**

Create a PivotTable in Excel for Windows

- Select the cells you want to create a PivotTable from.
- Select Insert > PivotTable.
- This will create a PivotTable based on an existing table or range.
- Choose where you want the PivotTable report to be placed.
- Click OK.