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What is Present Value of $500?

When you ask, "What is the present value (PV) of $500?", it means that you want to know the present value of the future amount of $500.

The present value of $500 is as follows:


The present value of 500 dollars is based on the assumptions below. You can correct these assumptions and press "Recalculate".

Interest Rate:


When adjusting Interest Rate and Periods, make sure to enter the interest rate for one period.

For example, if a period is one month, and your interest rate is expressed as yearly, then you must first convert the interest rate to monthly, before entering it in the Interest Rate box above.

Periods are how many times your amount is compounded. It could be a number of days, months, years, etc.

Present Value Calculator
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All calculation results on this page are rounded to the nearest two decimals and calculated using the following formula.

PV = FV x [1 / (1 + i)^n]

PV = Present Value
FV = Future Value = $500
i = Interest Rate
n = Number of periods

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