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Suppose you are $25$ years old and would like to retire at age $65$. Furthermore, you would like to have a retirement fund from which you can draw an income of $\$ 200,000$ per year-forever! How can you do it? Assume a constant $\mathrm{APR}$ of $6 \%$.

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1 of 5The following are given in the problem:

- $\text{Interest per year}= \$200,000$
- $\text{APR} = 6\%$

If you started the investment at age $25$, and you plan to retire at $65$, then the investment period is given by

$65 - 25 = 40$

Hence, $\bold{Y} =40$.

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