Finance for the Healthcare Professional

How does the frequency of interest compounding, regardless of the rate of interest or period of accumulation, affect the future value of any given amount?

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  1. More frequent interest compounding increases the annual percentage rate somewhat, and this will increase the future value of a present amount of money.

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