Texas Instruments BA II Plus Financial Calculator

66 reviews - By: Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments BA II Plus Financial Calculator
MSRP : $39.99

Sale : $29.99
Sold & shipped by Walmart

Ideal for finance professionals and students, the Texas Instruments BA II PLUS Calculator is and easy-to-use calculator that delivers powerful features. The BA II calculator helps with such items as cash-flow analysis and advanced statistics. This Texas Instruments calculator solves time-value-of-money calculations such as annuities, mortgages, leases, savings, and much more. Math functions of the BA II calculator include trigonometric calculations, natural logarithms, and powers.

  • Time-Value-of-Money (TVM) calculations
  • Amortization schedules
  • Cash-flow analysis, Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
  • Depreciation with four different methodologies
  • Breakeven, profit and percent difference calculations
  • Second key feature to calculate terms fast
  • Exam acceptance The BA II Plus™ is approved for use on the following professional exams: Chartered Financial Analyst®* exam GARP® Financial Risk Manager (FRM®)** exam Certified Management Accountants®*** exam
  • Easy-to-read, 10-digit display Prompted display shows current variable label and values.
  • Calculate IRR and NPV for cash-flow analysis Store up to 24 uneven cash flows with up to four-digit frequencies; edit inputs to analyze the impact of changes in variables.
  • Time-value-of-money function Quickly solve calculations for annuities, loans, mortgages, leases and savings.
  • Depreciation schedules Choose from six methods for calculating depreciation, book value and remaining depreciable amount.
  • Interest rate conversions Convert between annual (nominal) and effective interest rates.
  • Ideal for Accounting Economics Finance Marketing Mathematics Real Estate Science Statistics
  • Solves time-value-of-money calculations such as annuities, mortgages, leases, savings, and more
  • Generates amortization schedules
  • Performs cash-flow analysis for up to 24 uneven cash flows with up to four-digit frequencies; computes NPV and IRR
  • Choose from two day-count methods (actual/actual or 30/360) to calculate bond price or yield to maturity or to call
  • Four methods for calculating depreciation, book value, and remaining depreciable amount: SL, SYD, DB, DB with SL cross-over
  • Depreciation Schedules
  • Bond prices and yield to call or maturity
  • Prompted display guides you through financial calculations showing current variable and label
  • BGN/END payment setting
  • Partial years
  • Ten user memories
  • Ten-digit display
  • List-based one- and two-variable statistics with four regression options: linear, logarithmic, exponential and power
  • Math functions include trigonometric calculations, natural logarithms, and powers
  • Hardware Impact-resistant protective cover with quick reference card included One lithium 2032 battery included APD™ (Automatic Power Down) conserves power Hard plastic, color-coded keys One-line, 10-digit display
  • One-year limited warranty

drun

Cheap plastics, horrible quality, but does the job

I used to have the previous generation of this but had to buy a new one when I lost the original. The image shown on this page is the previous generation, but I believe you get the new one shipped to you since TI doesn't make the old one anymore. You can search the internet for what the new one looks like. It is redesigned and the build quality is so much worse, it feels like it would break as soon as it falls. The BA II Plus is the must have calculator for almost any finance related course, so there really is no way out of using it. This does the job of a financial calc, but I would recommend searching the used market for the older generation before you decide to buy the inferior quality of this new version.

peteaf

Cheap plastics, horrible quality, but does the job

Basic math is great in that you have the choice of chain arithmetic (using the functions in the order that they appear) or using math priority (multiplication & division 1st) but the unit I ordered failed on this model's purpose: calculating a payment. It returned a result $25 more than an older model and my smart phone gave. Not veddy goot.

Julie

Cheap plastics, horrible quality, but does the job

It's a lot helps with school work .

StudyMom

Cheap plastics, horrible quality, but does the job

This is great if you're studying for the actuary exams.

DanInTX

It's a calculator

What can you say about a calculator? It does what it is supposed to do....it calculates. I needed this one for a finance class. I couldn't find one on the shelf anywhere in town, so I looked at several online retailers, and Walmart was the least expensive. They didn't have one in stock, but the ship to store option was next day. Great service! As far as a review of the calculator...I haven't had it very long, but so far, it works perfectly. I can't speak to the longevity of the battery. I think it uses a button-type battery. There is not a battery door on the back. It looks like 4 screws need to be removed to access/replace the batt. Solar power feature would have been nice. That's all I got. It's a calculator, and it works well.