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If I invest $1,000 today in a Profit-Sharing Plan and earn a 6% return on my money, approximately how long will it take me to double your investment?

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    Pt = Po + Po*rt = $2000.

    1000 + 1000*0.06*t = 2000,
    1000 + 60t = 2000,
    60t = 2000 - 1000 = 1000,
    t = 16.67yrs.

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