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A taxpayer, age 64, purchases an annuity from an insurance company for $50,000. She is to receive $300 per month for life. Her life expectancy 20.8 years from the annuity starting date. Assuming that she receives $3,600 this year, what is the exclusion percentage and how much is included in her gross income?Round the exclusion percentage to two decimal places. Round the final answer for the income to the nearest dollar.

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A taxpayer, age 64, purchases an annuity from an insurance company for $50,000. She is to receive $300 per month for life. Her life expectancy 20.8 years from the annuity starting date. Assuming that she receives $3,600 this year, what is the exclusion percentage and how much is included in her gross income?

Round the exclusion percentage to two decimal places. Round the final answer for the income to the nearest dollar.

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Calculation of Exclusion Percentage and Amount Included in Gross Income:

The exclusion percentage is 66.77% and amount included in gross income is $2,403.85.

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1 Cost of Annuity
2 Monthly Payments Received
$50,000
$300
3 Anmual Payments Received
4 Life Expectancy
5 Number of Months
6 Exclusion Percentage
7 Amount Included in Gross Income $2,403.85
S3,600
20.8
12
66.77%
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В 1 Cost of Annuity 2 Monthly Payments Received $50,000 $300 3 Anmual Payments Received 4 Life Expectancy 5 Number of Months 6 Exclusion Percentage 7 Amount Included in Gross Income $2,403.85 S3,600 20.8 12 66.77%

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