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This lesson solves 15 practical finance problems with Excel. Topics covered include: • The advantages and disadvantages of 15-year and 30-year mortgages • The cost of bad credit • The impact of house holding period and mortgage type on
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This is the introduction and first problem in the lesson Solving Financial Math Problems in Excel.
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Lesson consists of seven financial questions which can be solved in Excel. Students who solve these problems will gain a basic understanding of several financial functions in Excel. They will learn how to create an organized spreadsheet. They
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I was a teaching assistant at Purdue University when in graduate school a long time ago. I also taught statistics at Kansas State University for one year also a long time ago. I am not currently teaching but am creating content on a number of courses and I am attempting to get back into the class room at some level. I retired as an economist from the U.S. Treasury in 2012. I have a number of academic papers in economic and business journals. I am very interested in teaching math due to the experiences of my three children, two of whom are grown.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ph.D. in Economics from Purdue University in 1988. MS. in Economics from Arizona State University in 1982 BA in Math Rutgers College in 1979.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I worked as an economist in the federal government for 25 years. Most of this time was spent at the U.S. Treasury in the Office of Economic Policy. I have written articles for a number of academic journals on a diverse set of topics which includes health care, energy, personal finance and environmental policy.

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