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You annually invest $1,500 in an individual retirement account starting at the age of 20 and make the contributions for 10 years. Your twin sister does the same starting at age 30 and makes the contributions for 30 years. Both of you earn 7 percent annually on your investment. Who has the larger amount at age 60?

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You annually invest $1,500 in an individual retirement account (IRA) starting at the age of 20 and make the contributions for 10 years. Your twin sister does the same starting at age 30 and makes contributions for 30 years. Both of you earn 7 percent annually on your investment. Who has the larger amount at age 60?
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