# Financial Literacy

Trina's employer purchased a health insurance plan that costs \$550 per month. Trina pays \$85 toward the plan each month. What is the annual value of the employer's contribution?
A. \$7560.00
B. \$5580.00
C. \$1020.00
D. \$6600.00

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1. 12(550 - 85) = ?

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Ms. Sue
2. 5580

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3. 6600.00

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4. 6600.00

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5. 5580

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