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I want to establish a savings account today, providing 24% annual interest compounded monthly, so that I can withdrawal $6,000 at the end of each of the next 3 years. Identify the details below that I need in order to determine how much money I must have in the savings account today.

What table must I use to find the relevant factor?

- Future value of single-sum
- Present value of single-sum
- Future value of ordinary annuity
- Present value of ordinary annuity

What is the interest rate to find the relevant factor?

What are the number of periods (n) to find the relevant factor?

What is the factor?

Answer #1

What table must I use to find the relevant factor? | ||||

Answer = Present value of ordinary annuity | ||||

What is the interest rate to find the relevant factor? | ||||

Interest rate = 24%/12 = | 2.00% | |||

What are the number of periods (n) to find the relevant factor? | ||||

Number of period = 3*12 = | 36 | |||

What is the factor? | ||||

Factor should be cloed to =
25.489 |
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Below is the calculauation based on financial calculator | ||||

Put in calculator | ||||

FV | 0 | |||

PMT | 1 | |||

I | 2% | |||

N | 36 | |||

PV | (25.489) | |||

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