# math

Tim deposits \$10 every month into a retirement account which averages 18% interest compounded monthly. How much will be in this account after 45 years?

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1. Where are you getting these magical 18% and 17% ??

Amount = 10( 1.015^540 - 1)/.015
= \$2,067,433.43

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