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posted by Gail

How much money would a person need to deposit today at 9% annual interest compounded monthly to have 12000. in the account after 6 Years?

  1. Reiny

    PV = 12000(1 + .09/12)^-72
    = 12000(1.0075)^-72
    = $7007.08

  2. Gail

    Thank you very much. I just needed the formula and you provided that so now I understand to resolve these type of problems

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