Excerpt: The BA II is one of the tools that I use daily. I have tried phone apps and tablet apps but none are as easy to use as the BA II calculator. It is the best compound interest calculator I have used.
Summary: I use this calculator every day. This is a replacement for the one I bought twenty years ago this month. The display finally wore out. The only difference is the new one only cost about half as much as the same model I bought in 1994.
Excerpt: I have owned a BA II plus for years and always purchase the Texas Instrument BA II when I need calculator. I own at least 8 of these and use them for home and business. They travel easily and the price is right!
Summary: If you need a financial calculator and are wondering what to get, then this is the one. You can use it on the CFA exam and it has the combination buttons to save you from memorizing a few extra formulas for nCr! and nPr!. Also, a few tips to help you get it set up: I prefer floating decimals and AOS calculations which can be changed by hitting 2nd and "." (FORMAT). Change it to DEC = 9 for floating decimals.
Excerpt: I love this calculator. I don't leave home without it. You store previous calculations to add and subtract the new. It is convenient, simple and accurate. You will stay in tac with all your calculations.
Excerpt: I recommend that if someone is in a corporate or managerial finance class that they purchase the step up from this calculator. There are functions you will need that the BA II plus does not do.