17) Sarah is using the needs approach to determine how much life insurance to buy. Her cash needs are $30,000; her income needs are $140,000; and special needs are $100,000. Sarah has the following assets: $20,000 in bank accounts, $30,000 in retirement plans, and $40,000 in investment accounts. Sarah owns no individual life insurance. She is covered by a $50,000 group life insurance policy through her employer. Based on this information, how much additional life insurance should Sarah purchase?

A) $80,000

B) $130,000

C) $150,000

D) $160,000 18) Richard is using the capital retention approach to determine how much life insurance to purchase. Richard would like to provide $35,000 per year to his family, forever, if he dies. The assets that he has today will provide $25,000 in annual income without the liquidation of these assets. If life insurance proceeds can be invested to earn a 5 percent annual return, how much life insurance should Richard purchase to fund the additional income needed to meet the $35,000 annual income goal?

A) $10,000

B) $100,000

C) $150,000

D) $200,000 ;