Question: You are planning for an early retirement You would like

You are planning for an early retirement. You would like to retire at age 40 and have enough money saved to be able to draw $ 220,000 per year for the next 45 years (based on family history, you think you’ll live to age 85). You plan to save by making 20 equal annual installments (from age 20 to age 40) into a fairly risky investment fund that you expect will earn 14% per year. You will leave the money in this fund until it is completely depleted when you are 85 years old.
To make your plan work, answer the following:
1. How much money must you accumulate by retirement?
2. How does this amount compare to the total amount you will draw out of the investment during retirement? How can these numbers be so different?
3. How much must you pay into the investment each year for the first 20 years?
4. How does the total out- of- pocket savings compare to the investment’s value at the end of the 20- year savings period and the withdrawals you will make during retirement?

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