Now that you have a full time job you are ready to start investing for retirement. Your corporation will match 50 cents of each dollar that you put in your 401K account up to the first $7,000. You have altogether

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  1. Finance

    Sam wants to start saving for retirement. She wants to have $85,000 per year for 25 years in retirement that will start in 40 years. How much must she deposit in equal annual amounts for the next 20 years if she can earn 9% over the life of her investment?

  2. Programming Logic and Design (help?)

    Design a retirement planning calculator for Skulling Fincancial Services. Allo a user to enter a number of working years remaining in the user's career and the annual amount of money the user can save. Assume that the user earns three percent simple

  3. programming logic and design

    I need help writing pseudocode for this problem: Design a retirement planning calculator for skulling financial services • Allow a user enter a number of working years remaining in the user career and the annual amount of money the user can save •

  4. Consumer Math

    Please help :) 1.You get a part-time job earning $8.60/hr. Tips are $3.25/hr on average. You work for 15 hours. What is your gross base pay? 2. You are paid $9.25/hr at your part-time job. You are considering working a part-time job for $5.90/hr that also

  5. math

    You are paid $8.55/hr at your part-time job. You work 10 hours per week. You are considering working a part-time job for $6.25/hr, and it pays tips. You will earn an average of $3.00/hr in tips. If you work the same 10 hours at the new job, how much more

  6. Math

    Luis has $150,000 in his retirement account at his present company. Because he is assuming a position with another company, Luis is planning to "roll over" his assets to a new account. Luis also plans to put $3000/quarter into the new account until his

  7. Finances

    You want to be able to withdraw $20,000 from your account each year for 30 years after you retire. If you expect to retire in 25 years and your account earns 6.1% interest while saving for retirement and 5.7% interest while retired: Round your answers to

  8. corporate finance

    1)You have just turned 30 years old, have just received your MBA, and have accepted your first job. Now you must decide how much money to put into your retirement plan. The plan works as follows: Every dollar in the plan earns 7% per year. You cannot make

  9. social studies

    Please unscramble theses words.... tases lncoalitoa fridvetniisacio Hint-these are strategies that will help me to spread and manage risk in my retirement investing. Unscramble this..... ogreeg ubhs liaryhl toilcnn Or this....... acighmnt

  10. everest online

    2. At the end of each year a self-employed person deposits $1,500 in a retirement account that earns 10 percent annually. a) How much will be in the accountant when the individual retires at the age of 65 if the contributions start when the person is 45

  11. Finances

    You want to be able to withdraw $20,000 from your account each year for 15 years after you retire. If you expect to retire in 20 years and your account earns 7.4% interest while saving for retirement and 4.8% interest while retired: Round your answers to

  12. Operations Management

    A job has a normal time of 12 minutes a performance rating of .80, and an allownmce factor of 20 percent of job time. The standard time for this job in minutes is: A. 11.52 b. 12 c. 14.4 d. 15

  13. Math

    Luis has $100,000 in his retirement account at his present company. Because he is assuming a position with another company, Luis is planning to "roll over" his assets to a new account. Luis also plans to put $2000/quarter into the new account until his

  14. corporate finance

    you are thinking of retiring. your retirement plan will pay you either $250,000 immediately on retirement or $350,000 five years after the date of your retirement. which alternative should you chose if the interest rate is a) 0% per year; b) 8% per year

  15. managerial economics

    Increasingly, employees are being allowed to choose benefit packages from a menu of items. For instance, workers may be given a package of benefits that includes basic and optional items. Basics might include modest medical coverage, life insurance equal

  16. Advanced Algebra

    Kenneth started saving for retirement at age 40 with a plan to retire at age 70. He invested an average of $400 per month in various securities, with an average annual return of 7% adjusted for inflation. Assuming monthly compounding, how much has Kenneth

  17. economics vocab.

    Key terms: *frictional unemployment *seasonal unemployment *structural unemployment *cyclical unemployment *census *unemployment rate *full employment *underemployed *discouraged worker 1. My cousin Harold is used to ______________, since he works for a

  18. Personal Finance

    One aspect of financial planning is to make sure you maintain adequate insurance coverage for your needs. Which aspect of financial planning does this deal with? A. Retirement and Estate Planning B. Spending C. Managing Risk D. Investing Would it be D?

  19. Math

    Find the start, elapsed, or end time. 1. Start time is 11:00am Elapsed time is 4 hours and 5 minutes How do you go about finding the end time? 2. Start time Elapsed time is 9 3/4 hours End time is 6:00pm I am really confused on how to begin finding the

  20. Financing

    Reflect on your experience with investing. What type of investments do you currently own/manage? What decisions are you responsible for making in regard to management of the investments? At this time, how comfortable are you with advising others on

  21. Fragments Eng 1010

    1)Martin insisted on a standby drummer as insurance. Someone ready to step in just in case Ringo was not good enough. Answer: Ok 2) Ringo’s many devoted fans were not surprised when he handled the job and became a full- fledged Beatle, making new

  22. computer

    How does fractional employment differ from the traditional full-time job model of today? A. Fractional employment demands complete mathematical skills. B. A work unit in fractional employment is a project or task, not a job. C. Fractional employment only

  23. Investments

    At the end of each year a self-employed person deposits $1,500 in a retirement account that earns 10 percent annually. a) How much will be in the account when the individual retired at the age of 65 if the contribution start when the person is 45 years

  24. Finance

    You want to be able to withdraw $25,000 from your account each year for 20 years after you retire. If you expect to retire in 25 years and your account earns 7% interest while saving for retirement and 6.7% interest while retired Round your answers to the

  25. statistics

    A headline in a certain newspaper states that "most stay at first job less than 2 years." That headline is based on an online poll of 320 college graduates. Among those polled, 72% stayed at their first full-time job less than 2 years. a. Assuming that 50%

  26. Finance

    You are 45 years of age and your asporation is to retire in 17 years at age 62. Assume you are about to set up a new retirement savings account at a 4% annual interest rate (APR). Based on how you want to live in retirement, and any other sources of

  27. BUSINESS FINANCE

    John Smith wants $80,000 per year in his retirement. He plans to be in retirement for 30 years. He has 25 years to work. Assume an interest rate of 7% for the next 55 years. How much does he need to deposit at the end each year while he is working in order

  28. finance

    Mrs. Kay who is 24 years old plans to retire at the age of 60. Mrs. Kay would like to be able to withdraw $120,000 per year from her retirement account for 40 years after retirement beginning a year after her retirement. She already has $15,000 in her

  29. math

    What is the start time? Start time:___ Elapsed time:3/4 hour End time:10:30 A.M. I need thee answer asap

  30. math

    Barry heard in his Personal Finance class that he should start investing as soon as possible. He had always thought that it would be smart to start investing after he finishes college and his salary is high enough to pay the bills and to have money left

  31. Economics

    Which of the following statements would come from someone classified as unemployed? A. I'm not working. I had three interviews this week, and I'm trying to find a job. B. I haven't had a job in a year, and I stopped looking for a job nine months ago. C.

  32. math

    This is the question that is on my worksheet If Stephanie is scheduledto begin practiceat 12:30p.m., what is the latest time in which she could start getting ready to leave? How long does it take Stephanie to get ready? How long does it take Stephanie to

  33. opinion

    In your opinion, is having a job - any job- better than having no job at all? I suppose this depends upon what you mean by "better." In my opinion, any job is better than no job at all. I have seen this first hand. No job at all, especially for extended

  34. math

    If Stephanieis scheduled to begin practice at 12:30 p.m. what is the latest time at which she could start getting ready to leave? This makes no sense.

  35. I am VERRRY confused- Math

    The city of Atlanta recently increased their sales tax from 7.5% to 8%. How much more tax would you pay on a $10 purchase? A) $.01 B) $.05 **** C) $.07 D) $.50 2. Miguel conducts a survey of 750 college students to see how many of them have a part-time

  36. math

    if naomi wants to accumulate 1,000,000 by investing money every year into her savings account at 3% for 30 years until retirement,how much does she need to deposit each year

  37. human resources

    Three weeks ago you had an interview for the job of your dreams. You really want this job. You thought everything went well with the hiring manager who told you a decision would be made in two weeks. But you have heard nothing. Meanwhile, you are afraid

  38. Algebra

    I am getting ready to start an Algebra class for the first time and I was wondering what challenges people have with learning and using algebra concepts. Also what are the best ways to over come math anxiety? The best way? Learn the language of algebra.

  39. English

    Could you please check these sentences, too? 1) To begin with, I’ll have potato soup. I couldn’t help laughing. 2) I’m worried about Brian’s arriving so late. She admitted eating all the cakes. 3)I couldn’t do anything but put off (postpone) the

  40. math

    . Jacqueline Strauss, a 25- year- old personal loan officer at Second National Bank, under-stands the importance of starting early when it comes to saving for retirement. She has committed $ 3,000 per year for her retirement fund and assumes that she’ll

  41. Macroeconomics

    The following is a report from a BLS survey tracker: “There were 65 people in the houses I visited. Ten of them were children under age 16, 25 people had full time jobs, and 5 had part time jobs. There were 10 retirees, 5 full time homemakers, 5 full

  42. Finance

    Now that you have a full time job you are ready to start investing for retirement. Your corporation will match 50 cents of each dollar that you put in your 401K account up to the first $7,000. You have altogether $15,000 that you can afford to save this

  43. psychology HW CHECK PLEASE

    can you check this for me : For those who graduate from high school, get a full-time job, and marry before they have their first child, the probability that they will be poor is 2%. But, if those things are absent, 76% will be poor.” a) What is the

  44. psych hw help

    can you check this for me : For those who graduate from high school, get a full-time job, and marry before they have their first child, the probability that they will be poor is 2%. But, if those things are absent, 76% will be poor.” a) What is the

  45. com 125

    Job Search Management and you will need to map out a prospective job search and plan for an interview I hope not. I was rather enjoying retirement. Most of us have extensive experience on this, and we will be happy to critique your thinking. Who, where are

  46. Business

    The contrarian approach to investing is best illustrated by A. staying out of the market no matter what experts are saying. B. always buying when others are selling. C. investing in mutual funds, contradicting the idea that investing in individual stocks

  47. probability

    78% of college graduates say they spent two years or less at their first full-time job after graduating college. you randomly select 10 college graduates and ask each how long they stayed at their first full-time job after graduating college. find the

  48. probability

    78% of college graduates say they spent two years or less at their first full-time job after graduating college. you randomly select 10 college graduates and ask each how long they stayed at their first full-time job after graduating college. find the

  49. Finance

    Contributing $1,500 to his retirement fund at the end of each year beginning at age 18 through age 50, with an average annual return of 12%, how much does Juan have in his retirement account at this time to use toward a possible early retirement?

  50. English

    1. Let's do some role play. You take the part of A, and you take the part of B. Don, will you start? OK. Good job.Then switch the role. Emily, this time, you should start first. 2. Let's roleplay. Don, play the part of A. Emily, play the part of B. Don,

  51. English

    Do you advice me to go college or that I should get a job after high school? Do both... get a nice summer job and then start classes and get a weekend or part time job that isn't too stressful while you take classes. Kristal is right -- do both!

  52. macroeconomics

    The decision to start working full time after graduation from high school or go to university as a full time student involves marginal cost/benefit analysis. Discuss the marginal costs and benefits of the decision to enter university as a full time

  53. econ

    Suppose you inherit $10,000 and decide to use the money to start a lawn-care business. You purchase a truck and a mower for $10,000 and start mowing lawns. Your annual cost for fuel and other supplies is $2,000. Now, instead of investing your money in the

  54. COm/156

    Is this thesis statement too long? Thesis Statement; although there are people who still believe Social Security will cover our needs upon retirement, we need to limit our spending and start saving for our retirement. We need to learn to live with less so

  55. PERSONAL FINANCE / composition

    Ok, need another set of eyes... Here is a question I had to answer. Want to get a second opinion if it reads well, and makes sense. Thanks for any comments. What things do you take into consideration when beginning to plan for investments? Why is it

  56. Business Math

    If i wanted to accumulate a million dollars by investing money every year into a savings account at 3% for 30 years until retirement how much do i need to deposit each year?

  57. personal finance

    which of the following is a credit management decision? a. Purchasing a used car. b. investing your savings in a stock market c. obtaining a student loan to attend college d. putting money into your retirement account

  58. English

    1. Team one, come up here. Are you ready? Go! 2. Team one, come to the front. Who is the movie director? You should say, "Ready? Let's go." Then act in the play. 3. Come up here, members of Team 1. The director should say,"Ready? Action!" Then you should

  59. Retirement

    1. I would like to retire in 42 years at the age of 65. The average retirement age for women is between 60-62 years of age, and 62-64 for men. 2. My annual amount of money I'll need after retiring would be approxiamately $26,500 (2,205*12=$26,460) using my

  60. Finance

    You are now 30 years old. You plan to retire in 30 years, and expect to live for 30 years after retirement, that is, until you are 90. You want a fixed retirement income that has the same purchasing power at the time you retire as $80,000 has today. You

  61. Writing

    What's the best way to say that someone resigned from council because the timing conflicted a full-time job?

  62. Finding Job

    Gradually retiring by working fewer hours: Phaed retirement Work Sharing leave time shift work would it be phased retirement

  63. economics

    Increasingly, employees are being allowed to choose benefit packages from a menu of items. For instance, workers may be given a package of benefits that includes basic and optional items. Basics might include modest medical coverage, life insurance equal

  64. statistics

    An employer wants to estimate to set a time limit so that 75% of the employees will finish a job on time. Past history has shown that the time required to do the job is normally distributed and has a mean time of 26 minutes with a standard deviation of 5

  65. finance

    You currently have $22,500 in your retirement account. What annual rate of return will you need to make on your investment in order to have $1,000,000 in the account on your 60th birthday? Will investing in CDs get you to your goal?

  66. English

    English posted by rfvv today at 1:31am. 1. Team one, come up here. Are you ready? Go! 2. Team one, come to the front. Who is the movie director? You should say, "Ready? Let's go." Then act in the play. 3. Come up here, members of Team 1. The director

  67. English

    1. You grew so much the last few days. 1-1. You grew so much for the last few days. (Was 'for' omitted in #1? Are both OK?) 2. I am ready to go abroad. I am ready for going abroad. I am ready for the trip. I am ready for soccer. I am ready for playing

  68. Math

    I posted this under business the first time and got no answer so since its more mathematical here it is again: I can only put away $1,000 a year toward retirement. I am 22 and plan on retiring at 65 and earning 6%. How much will I have at retirement? Not

  69. stat

    An employer wants to set a time limit so that 75% of the employees will finish a job on time. Past history has shown that the time required to do the job is normally distributed and has a mean time of 26 minutes with a standard deviation of 5 minutes. How

  70. Finance

    Simon wishes to have $400,000 in a retirement fund 20 years from now. He can create the retirement fund by making a single lump sum deposit today. How much would Simon need to have on deposit at retirement in order to withdraw $35,000 annually over the 15

  71. Job: Quick Question

    Hello, I am a college student who is currently living in New York city. Do you know of any legitimate job websites that would help me find full-time or part-time jobs in the New York City Area. I have been to hotjobs, careerbuilder, monster... do u know of

  72. International Business

    Your organization (you may select any organization you wish, real or fictional) is considering investing in the Philippines, and you have been asked to give a presentation on this opportunity. In the presentation, you need to address the following:

  73. English

    1. Give me a minute. I'll be ready soon. 2. Give me a moment. I'll be ready soon. 3. Give me a second. I'll be ready soon. 4. Wait a minute. I'll be ready soon. 5. Wait a moment. I'll be ready soon. 6. Wait a secone. I'll be ready soon. 7. Just a minute.

  74. English

    I left out these other sentences. Thank you very much, Writeacher. 1) If I'm lucky, I'll work at a passion and at the same time at a career. I think that a good job is a job that you love and that permits (?) you to do the things you are keen on. 2) I have

  75. Accounting

    Confused on the method used to solve this problem and could really use some help. The 5% is throwing me off as we don't know 5% on what amount and we assume that amount compounds over time? You are currently 25 years old and have just spent the past

  76. Health

    Jennifer is fifty-four. Her husband Brian died suddenly in a care crash. Not only was she emotionally distraught, but she found herself in serious financial turmoil. Brian had handled the finances (at least she had thought he had) throughout their 21 year

  77. Differential Equations

    A college professor contributes $5,000 per year into her retirement fund by making many small deposits throughout the year. The fund grows at a rate of 7% per year compounded continuously. After 30 years, she retires and begins withdrawing from her fund at

  78. Personal Finance

    One aspect of financial planning is to make sure you maintain adequate insurance coverage for your needs. Which aspect of financial planning does this deal with? A. Retirement and Estate Planning B. Spending C. Managing Risk D. Investing I can't decided

  79. ENGLISH

    If someone has time can someone help me out I have to create a plan for upper management and them do an outline how would i prepare the plan. Any help will be great to start me off with. It deals with the topic of me being a secretary i am new in the job

  80. math

    A 500-litre water storage tank is situated at the top of a building at a height of 300 feet.The tank,which is completely full,has two outlet pipes and one inlet pipe.Veeru climbs up to the tank and opens an outlet which can empty a full tank in 10 minutes.

  81. english

    Can anyone check my HOMEWORK for me? Its due today..thank you . I am writinfg an essay, 2 paragraphs with a minimum of 350 words. I am to explaining my point of view and what I plan to accomplish on my final essay for the sememester. I have chosen a Topic

  82. Math

    A company contributes $170 per month into a retirement fund paying 4.20% compounded monthly and employees are permitted to invest up to $ 2,800 per year into another retirement fund which pays 4.20% compounded annually. How large can the combined

  83. Math

    A company contributes $170 per month into a retirement fund paying 4.20% compounded monthly and employees are permitted to invest up to $ 2,800 per year into another retirement fund which pays 4.20% compounded annually. How large can the combined

  84. Physical Science

    What is the hiker's total displacement? part a of the hike: distance:4km east start time: 9:00 am end time: 9:45 am part b: distance:6 km south start time: 9:45 am end time: 10:45 am part c: distance:4 km west start time:10:45 am end time: 11:15 part d:

  85. statistics

    A student union wants to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of “full time” students who hold a part-time job for 20 hours or more per week. For this purpose, they want to interview a sample of full-time students. They want a margin of

  86. MATH Statistics

    A student union wants to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of “full time” students who hold a part-time job for 20 hours or more per week. For this purpose, they want to interview a sample of full-time students. They want a margin of

  87. writing

    1. High school is the time when some students begin to look for part-time employment. What is a good part-time job for someone your age? Why would this job be appropriate for a teenager?

  88. accounting

    assume you want to retire next year. at that time you expect to have a retirement fund with 300,000 in it. assume you need to take out the money in the form of an annuity over a 20 year period, with the first withdraw occuring at the end of the first year

  89. Finance

    When Steve and Roslyn retire together they wish to receive $40,000 additional income (in the equivalent of today’s dollars) at the beginning of each year. They assume inflation will be 4% and they expect to realize an after tax return of 8%. Based on

  90. Statistics 3

    A student union wants to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of “full time” students who hold a part-time job for 20 hours or more per week. For this purpose, they want to interview a sample of full-time students. They want a margin of

  91. statistics 3.

    A student union wants to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of “full time” students who hold a part-time job for 20 hours or more per week. For this purpose, they want to interview a sample of full-time students. They want a margin of

  92. statistics 3.

    A student union wants to obtain a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of “full time” students who hold a part-time job for 20 hours or more per week. For this purpose, they want to interview a sample of full-time students. They want a margin of

  93. Math

    In a certain industry, 35% are female, 72% work full time and 18% are females who work full time. Probability that a randomly chosen employee is female and does not work full time? A: 0.18 B: 0.54 C: 0.11 D: 0.17 E: 0.098 I got 0.098 because I did 0.35 *

  94. English (concrete nouns)

    Read the passage below and answer the following question: Zach enjoyed biking to his job at Bistro Café. The early morning ride gave some serenity to his hectic schedule. Opening the restaurant allowed him to get everything ready before the rest of the

  95. business law

    Can a contractor who doesn’t finish a home remodeling job get paid, even though they didn’t complete the job? BASE YOUR ANSWER ON THE CONCEPTS OF PARTIAL PERFORMANCE VS FULL PERFORMANCE, AND OFFSETTING OF AMOUNT DUE.

  96. Finance

    When Steve and Roslyn retire together they wish to receive $40,000 additional income (in the equivalent of today’s dollars) at the beginning of each year. They assume inflation will be 4% and they expect to realize an after tax return of 8%. Based on

  97. Language arts

    9. Which sentence in the selection shows the Jenja has matured during the course of this story A) There was only one word for it, and I said it:"Superblastic!" B) This might not just be a summer job; this could be my life's work. C) I knew the job was

  98. Math

    2.0 million wanted by retirement in 35 year at earned 4% annually how much do you need to start with inorder to have 2.0millionsaved

  99. Finance

    Jacqueline Strauss, a 25- year- old personal loan officer at Second National Bank, under-stands the importance of starting early when it comes to saving for retirement. She has committed $ 3,000 per year for her retirement fund and assumes that she’ll

  100. algebra

    The time it takes to finish a job varies inversely as the number of workers helping with the job. If 8 workers require 12 hours to finish a job, how much time would 18 workers require to finish the same job?

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