Rasmussen College Time Value of Money Presentation
For this part of the course project, you will demonstrate your understanding of the time value of money.
In your role as a financial advisor at Eagle Consulting, you will be meeting a potential customer, Keith Jones. Mr. Jones customer is 35 years old and married with two children, and he would like your help in planning a longterm investment strategy with the $100,000 he has to invest. In advance of your meeting, you decide to create a PowerPoint presentation that will educate Mr. Jones on the underpinnings of the time value of money. In doing so, your goal is to help your client understand the basic construct that a dollar today is more valuable than a dollar received tomorrow.
To complete this assignment, do the following:
 Refer to the Eagle Consulting Info Sheet you downloaded for the previous course project piece
 Develop a 6screen PowerPoint presentation with accompanying lecture notes that:
 Explains the concept of the time value of money
 Provides examples of how time value of money calculations are determined
The presentation should include the following slides and accompanying lecture notes. The slide content should be brief and include supporting images or diagrams where appropriate. Use the Notes area beneath each slide to put the accompanying lecture notes for the slide.
Slide 
Content 
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Title Slide 
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Slide Content: Main ideas of the time value of money Lecture Notes (100150 words)

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Slide Content: Stepbystep example of a present value calculation using numbers Lecture Notes (100150 words):

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Slide Content: Stepbystep example of a future value calculation using numbers Lecture Notes (100150 words):

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Slide Content: Identify impacts of compounding on the calculation of present value and future value Lecture Notes (100150 words):

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Slide Content: Summarize the main points of the time value of money concepts. Lecture Notes (100150 words):

If you need assistance with using Microsoft PowerPoint, please visit the Video Tutorials page in the Course Materials folder.
Save your assignment as a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. (Mac users, please remember to append the “.pptx” extension to the filename.) The name of the file should be your first initial and last name, followed by an underscore and the name of the assignment, and an underscore and the date. An example is shown below: