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You just turned 22 years old and want to retire when you turn 65. You plan to put $3,500 every year into a ROTH IRA, a retirement account from which you can withdraw money after retirement without having to pay any taxes. You expect to earn a return of 6% on your investments every year.

Attempt 1/5 for 12 pts. Part 1 How much money can you expect to have at age 65 if you make your first annual deposit now and your last one on the day you turn 64?

Attempt 1/5 for 10 pts. Part 2 How much money can you expect to have at age 65 if you make your first deposit 10 years from now (at age 32) and your last one on the day you turn 64?

You borrowed $600,000 at an interest rate of 3.1%, with constant annual payments of both principal and interest over 15 years. What is the outstanding balance after 6 years?

You expect to receive two cash flows: $38,000 paid in 5 years and $57,000 paid in 10 years. The annual interest rate is 7%. What is the future value of the combined cash flows, in 15 years?

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If you are not earning any more money and the interest rate on your savings account is 6% per year, how many years do you have to wait before you can buy the car?

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You just turned 20 years old and want to retire when you turn
65. You plan to put $3,500 every year into a ROTH IRA, a retirement
account from which you can withdraw money after retirement without
having to pay any taxes. You expect to earn a return of 4% on your
investments every year.
1. How much money can you expect to have at age 65 if you make
your first annual deposit now and your last one on...

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just turned 25 years and want to retire when you turn 65. you plan
to put $3,500 every year into retirement account from which youncan
withdraw money after retirement without having to pay any taxes.
you expect to earn a return of 7% on your investments every year.
how much money you can expect to have at age 65 if you make your
annual deposit now and your last one on the day you turn64?

You just turned 20 years old and want to retire when you turn
65. You expect to live for 25 years after retirement and want to
withdraw $100,000 per year in retirement, starting on your 65th
birthday. You expect to earn a return of 6% on your investments
every year. What is the present value (as of your 65th
birthday) of the withdrawals you expect to make?
How much money should you save each year if you make the first...

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You just turned 23 years old and want to retire when you turn
65. You expect to live for 25 years after retirement and want to
withdraw $80,000 per year in retirement, starting on your
65th birthday. You expect to earn a return of 5% on your
investments every year.
Pt 1. What is the present value (as of your
65th birthday) of the withdrawals you expect to make in
retirement?
Attempted answer: 1127515.56 (WRONG)
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You just turned 25 years old and want to retire when you turn
65. You expect to withdraw $90,000 per year for 25 years during
retirement, starting first withdrawal one year after your 65th
birthday. You expect to earn a return of 8% on your investments
every year. part 1 How much retirement saving do you need to have
by 65th birthday to support the withdrawals in the next 25 years?
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age 65. You want to set aside an equal amount every year from now
to retirement. You expect to live to age 85 and want to withdraw a
fixed amount each year during retirement that at age 65 will have
the same purchasing power as $83,697 has today. You plan on
withdrawing the money starting the day you retire. You have not
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age 65. You want to set aside an equal amount every year from now
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the same purchasing power as $98,093 has today. You plan on
withdrawing the money starting the day you retire. You have not
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age 65. You want to set aside an equal amount every year from now
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fixed amount each year during retirement that at age 65 will have
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withdrawing the money starting the day you retire. You have not
saved any money for retirement....

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want to receive $70,000 per year at the start of each year (first
payment on day you turn 65) for the next 20 years. You are 25 years
old today. You want to start saving today.
1. How much do you have to save each year (annual periods) to
ensure that you will have sufficient funds to receive $70,000 per
year from the age of 65? Initially,...

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year to finance your retirement income? Assume a 10% interest rate,
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and the...

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