Your client is 29 years old. She wants to begin saving for retirement, with the first payment to come one year from now. She can save $14,000 per year, and you advise her to invest it in the stock market, which you expect to provide an average return of 10% in the future.
If she follows your advice, how much money will she have at 65? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent.
$
How much will she have at 70? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer to the nearest cent.
$
She expects to live for 20 years if she retires at 65 and for 15 years if she retires at 70. If her investments continue to earn the same rate, how much will she be able to withdraw at the end of each year after retirement at each retirement age? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answers to the nearest cent.
Annual withdrawals if she retires at 65: $
Annual withdrawals if she retires at 70: $
Given
Annual Payment A=$14000
Return r=10%
Number of Payment N= Retirement age - 29
A)
When Retirement age is 65 years
N=65-29=36
So Amount at retirement P=A*((1+r)^N-1)/r
P=14000*((1+10%)^36-1)/10%=$4187775.27
B)
When Retirement age is 70 years
N=70-29=41
So Amount at retirement P=A*((1+r)^N-1)/r
P=14000*((1+10%)^41-1)/10%=$6829925.36
C)
When Retirement age is 65years
then number of annual withdrawal T=20 years
Annual withdrawal W=P*r/(1-(1+r)^-T)
W=4187775.27*10%/(1-(1+10%)^-20)
W=$491894.51
When Retirement age is 70 years
then number of annual withdrawal T=15 years
Annual withdrawal W=P*r/(1-(1+r)^-T)
W=6829925.36*10%/(1-(1+10%)^-15)
W=$897956.08
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