Question

Your client has been given a trust fund valued at $1.58 million. She cannot access the money until she turns 65 years old, which is in 15 years. At that time, she can withdraw $24,000 per month.

If the trust fund is invested at a 5.5 percent rate, how many months will it last your client once she starts to withdraw the money

Answer #1

**Calculation
accumulated amount at 65:**

PV = Trust value invested = $1,580,000

n = 15 years

r = interest rate = 5.5%

Accumulated amount at 65 = PV * (1+r)^n

= $1,580,000 * (1+5.5%)^15

= $1,580,000 * 2.23247649

= $3,527,312.85

Accumulated balance at 65 is $3,527,312.85

**Caluculation of
Number of monthly withdrawals**

PV = Accumulated value = $3,527,312.85

r = monthly interest rate = 5.5%/12 = 0.45833333%

P = Monthly withdrawl amount = $24,000

Let n = number of withdrawls

PV = P * [1 - (1+r)^-n] / r

$3,527,312.85 = $24,000 * [1 - (1+0.45833333%)^-n] / 0.45833333%

[1 - (1+0.45833333%)^-n] = 0.673618767

(1+0.45833333%)^-n = 0.326381233

(1.0045833333%)^n = 3.06390166

n = log(3.06390166) / log(1.0045833333)

n = 0.486274822 / 0.00198596865

n = 244.855236

n = 244.85 months

Therefore, the money will last for 244.85 months once she starts withdrawing money

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