Chapter 2, Problem 49RE

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Textbook Problem

**Retirement Planning** OHaganBooks.com has just introduced a retirement package for its employees. Under the annuity plan operated by Sleepy Hollow, the monthly contribution by the company on behalf of each employee is $800. Each employee can then supplement that amount through payroll deductions. The current rate of return of Sleepy Hollow’s retirement fund is 7.3%. Use this information in Exercises 45–52.

(See Exercise 45.) Jane Callahan actually wants to retire with $500,000. How much should she contribute each month to the annuity?

To determine

**To calculate:** The amount that Jane Callahan’s should contribute each month to retire with $500,000 in the retirement fund.

Explanation

**Given Information:**

OHaganBooks.com introduce a retirement package for its employees. Under the annuity plan, the monthly contribution by the company on behalf of each employee is $800. Each employee can then supplement the amount through payroll deductions. The current rate of return of Sleepy Hollowâ€™s retirement fund is

Jane Callahan plans to retire in 10 years and she contributes $1,000 per month to the plan. Currently, there is $50,000 in her retirement annuity but she wants to retire with $500,000 in her retirement fund.

**Formula used:**

The future value of an investment of *PV* dollars earning compound interest at a rate of *i* per compounding period for *n* periods is given by:

The monthly payments required of the account after *n* periods is given by:

**Calculation:**

Consider the provided information:

OHaganBooks.com introduce a retirement package for its employees. Under the annuity plan, the monthly contribution by the company on behalf of each employee is $800. Each employee can then supplement the amount through payroll deductions. The current rate of return of Sleepy Hollowâ€™s retirement fund is

Jane Callahan plans to retire in 10 years and she contributes $1,000 per month to the plan. Currently, there is $50,000 in her retirement annuity but she wants to retire with $500,000 in her retirement fund.

Since, currently, there is $50,000 in the retirement annuity.

Also, Jane Callahan plans to retire in 10 years,

In order to convert it into months, multiply by 12.

The current rate of return of Sleepy Hollowâ€™s retirement fund is

Hence, *i* is given by:

Since there are 12 periods,

The future value of an investment of *PV* dollars earning compound interest at a rate of *i* per compounding period for *n* periods is given by:

Substitute 50,000 for *PV*, 120 for *n* and

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