# Question: Jason worked various jobs during his teenage years to save

Jason worked various jobs during his teenage years to save money for college. Now it is his twentieth birthday, and he is about to begin his college studies at the University of South Florida (USF). A few months ago, Jason received a scholarship that will cover all of his college tuition for a period not to exceed five years. The money he has saved will be used for living expenses while he is in college; in fact, Jason expects to use all of his savings while attending USF. The jobs he worked as a teenager allowed him to save a total of \$10,000, which currently is invested at 12 percent in a financial asset that pays interest monthly. Because Jason will be a full-time student, he expects to graduate four years from today, on his twenty-fourth birthday.
a. How much can Jason withdraw every month while he is in college if the first withdrawal occurs today?
b. How much can Jason withdraw every month while he is in college if he waits until the end of this month to make the first withdrawal?

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