I don’t have a fancy calc… - Posted by Andrea
Posted by Andrea on April 29, 2000 at 10:19:57:
but I would think that you should be able to put the amt you invested (less the downpayment) into the PV, the amout of payments you are receiving into PMT, and the length of the note into N. Then calculate for I and maybe multiply by 12 if the number is obviously wrong (your calculator may be figuring for monthly interest). I think it would actually be more accurate if you used ‘round years’ to figure annual yield, but this should get you in the ball park.
Jbernet (see below) figures his actual after taxes money, which is way cool, but beyond my puny math mind as yet
That what you were wanting? Or have I missed it completely?