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TIME VALUE OF MONEY Case Application TIME VALUE OF MONEY Richard e-mailed that he and Monica differed about the impact of his extra spending over the past 15 years. He calculated it at about $3,000 a year. He said the total cost of $45,000 was well within his capability the makeup. Monica said the cost was much greater and asked that they compute it. They were offered and investment of $20,000 that would pay $70,000 in 20 years. They want to know if they should take it. Finally there is an annuity that Richard could sign up for at work. It would cost $100,000 at age 65 and provide payments of $8,000 per year over his expected 17-year life span. He want to know if it is attractive. The appropriate market rate of return on investments in 7 percent after tax. Case Applications Calculate what the $3,000-per-year deficit, had it been invested, would have amounted to at the end of the 15-year period Explain to Richard what compounding is and how it affected the cumulative amount received in question 1 Calculate the return on the proposed $20,000 investment and indicate the factors entering into your recommendation to accept reject it. Indicate the expected return on annuity and whether it should be accepted or rejected. Construct an explanation of the time value of money for the financial plan using your answers tp questions 1 through 4 in this part of the financial plan to help you communicate the time value information to Richard and Monica
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