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A taxpayer retires this year and receives the first payments on the annuity that was purchased several years ago.

A taxpayer retires this year and receives the first payments on the annuity that was purchased several years ago. The taxpayer’s investment in the annuity is $75,000, and the annuity pays $10,000 per year for the remainder of the taxpayer’s life. Based in IRS mortality tables, the taxpayer is expected to live another 20 years. If the taxpayer receives $4,000 in annuity payments in the current year, the nontaxable portion calculated using the general rule is

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