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FIN111: Summary Notes

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This subject is a good introduction to the subject of finance, and is quite well-structured. However, the theory, particularly towards the end of the subject, is quite repetitive and daunting. Good maths skills are ideal, particularly when covering present-value discounting and future-value compounding, but a good calculator will get you out of a lot of trouble! Make sure you show all working for calculations, even if you don't think you have the correct answer. A good grasp of this subject will help you in FIN222, which also covers the material presented in this subject in the first half.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014