5. A widow currently has a $93,000 investment that yields 6 percent annually. Can she withdraw $14,000 for the next ten years? Would your answer be different if the yield were 9 percent?

# 5. A widow currently has a $93,000 investment that yields 6 percent annually. Can she withdraw $14,000 for the next ten years? Would your answer be different if the yield were 9 percent?

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5. A widow currently has a $93,000 investment that yields 6 percent annually. Can she withdraw $14,000 for the next ten years? Would your answer be different if the yield were 9 percent?

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