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Posted by **emma** on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 9:00pm.

Now suppose that Mark (the same age as Jill) decides to unwisely procrastinate investing a portion of his income until he turns 34 years old. At this point in his career, he decides to consistently invest $200 monthly (7% compounded monthly until he retires at age 67.

a) How much will both have at age 67 for retirement?

Jill _____________ Mark _____________

b) How much of their final investment is their own money that they contributed (principal)?

Jill _____________ Mark _____________

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**Reiny**, Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 11:06pmJILL:

monthly rate = .07/12 = .0058333... (I stored that for full accuracy)

for 10 years ----> n = 120

amount after 10 years = 200( 1.0058333..^120 - 1)/.00853333.

= $34616.96

Now that sits for 33 years or 396 months and at the end of that will have a value of

34616.96(1.0085333..)^396

= $346,413.20

Mark:

invests $200 for 396 months

amount = 200(1.00853333..^396 - 1)/.0085333

= $308,812.68

Jill used 200x120 or $24.000 of her own money

Mark used 200x396 or $79,200 of his own, but ends up with less

Behold, the power of compound interest and time.

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