Sidney Finance Assingment Help With Solution

Sidney Finance Assingment Help With Solution

Sidney took a $200 cash advance by using checks linked to her credit card account. The bank charges a 2 percent cash advance fee on the amount borrowed and offers no grace period on cash advances. Sidney paid the balance in full when the bill arrived. What was the cash advance fee? What was the interest for one month at an 18 percent APR? What was the total amount she paid? What if she had made the purchase with her credit card and paid off her bill in full promptly? 

1. Joshua borrowed $500 for one year and paid $50 in interest. The bank charged him a $5 service charge. What is the finance charge on this loan?
2. In problem 5, Joshua borrowed $500 on January 1, 2014, and paid it all back at once on December 31, 2014. What was the APR?


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