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Question 1
In this question you need first to calculate the Future Value of the monthly
deposits you will make every month, for 30 years, in the Stock and Bond Account. The
aggregate value will them become the Present Value of the monthly withdrawals you will
do for 25 years.
The rates presented to you are Stated Annual Rates; the time length between the
deposits and the withdrawals is a month so you have that for the Stock Account the
interest rate is 11%/12, for the bond Account the interest rate is 7%/12 and for the
retirement account the interest rate is 9%/12.
So, the solution to the problem is
?
=
$700
0.11
12
1
− ±
1
1 +
0.11
12
²
30
∗
12
³ ´
1 +
0.11
12
µ
30
∗
12
= $1,963,163.82
¶
=
$300
0.07
12
1
− ±
1
1 +
0.07
12
²
30
∗
12
³ ´
1 +
0.07
12
µ
30
∗
12
= $365,991.3
Then, the aggregate amount in the retirement account will be $2,329,155.12
To find the value withdrew every month, we just need to solve the following
equation
$2,329,155.12 =
?
0.09
12
1
− ±
1
1 +
0.09
12
²
25
∗
12
³
The solution is W=$19,546.19
Question 2
a)
In this question you are told the company will not pay any of the following 5
Earnings. It will start only paying 40% of the Earnings after that. You are also told
that the return on retained Earnings for the first part will be 20% and for the
second part will be 15%.
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View Full DocumentThis means that the growth rate of Earnings will be 20% (100%*20%) for the
period when the company retains all Earnings and 9% (60%*15%) for the period when
the firm only retains 60% of the Earnings.
The key here is to find which will be the first Earning that will not be totally
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 Three '11
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 Future Value

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