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When you reach retirement age you will have one fund of $100,000 from which you

   When you reach retirement age, you will have one fund of $100,000 from which you are going to make annual withdrawals of $14,702. The fund will earn 6% per year. For how many years will you be able to draw an even amount of $14,702?

51.               Big League Sports borrowed $883,212 and must make annual year-end payments of $120,000 each. If the applicable interest rate is 6%, how many years will it take Big League Sports to pay off the loan?

52.              Daley Co. lends $524,210 to Davis Corporation. The terms of the loan require that Davis repay the loan with six semiannual period-end payments of $100,000 each. What semiannual interest rate is Davis paying on the loan?

53. A company is beginning a savings plan. It will save $15,000 per year for the next 10 years. How much will the company have accumulated after the tenth year-end deposit, assuming the fund earns 10% interest?

54.              You hope to retire in 10 years. Regrettably you are only just now beginning to save money for this purpose. You expect to save $6,000 a year at an annual rate of 8%. How much will you have accumulated when you retire?

55.              A company is setting up a sinking fund to pay off $8,654,000 in bonds that are due in seven years. The fund will earn 7% interest, and the company intends to put away a series of equal year-end amounts for seven years. What amount must the company deposit annually?

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