Question

Juan has a goal of saving up $59377 by making biweekly (26 per year) deposits into a savings account for the next 7 years. If the account has an annual interest rate of 0.7%, how much should each of his deposits be? Round your answer to the nearest dollar.

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**Answer
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Future value = $59377

Time ( n ) = 7 years * 26 biweekly per year

= 182

Time ( n ) = 182

Annual interest rate ( r ) = 0.7% / 26 biweekly

= 0.7 / 2600

Annual interest rate ( r ) = 0.0002692

Here we need to find out the each deposit ( R ).

This is the formula for finding the Each deposit .

**Each deposit ( R ) = $318 .**

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