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Your friend John asks you for advice concerning life insurance. John is 32 years old and graduated from law school last year. he currently earns $48,000 per year as a first year attorney. John is married and has two children, Billy, age 10, and Sarah, age 4. John's wife, Mary, is a professor who currently earns $58,000 per year. Mary is 34 years old. John and Mary pay $1,700 per month for their home mortgage, which will be paid off in 20 years. The interest rate on their mortgage is 4.5%. (Their current equity in the home is $75,000.) The couple owns two cars, both 8 years old, and personal property (such as clothes, electronics, furniture, etc.) values at $45,000. Their investments have been used up paying for John's law school education, so they currently have only $1,000 in savings and checking accounts, and $2,000 in a mutual fund. John has no life insurance. Mary has $100,000 of life insurance provided by her employer. mary's pension plus social security are expected to total $45,000 per year, beginning when she is 67 years old. If John should die, Mary would receive approximately $10,000 per year from social security until Sarah reaches age 18. John and Mary spend most of their current income, although they do try to save about $50 per month. Their investments earn approximately 5% per year. In addition to their home mortgage, John has a student loan of $15,000 that he must start making payments on in 6 months. he plans to pau back the loan in 5 years and the loan's interst rate is 6% per year. Given that Mary enjoys a flexible work schedule, and because Mary's mother lives close by and watches the kids two days per week, the currently are not paying any child care expenses.

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245

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Let x = the investment return at 8%

Then x + 350 = the investment return at 9%

The investment at 8% + the investment at 9% = $2350 or x + x + 350 = 2350

Solving for x gives x=1000 Return at 8% was $1000 Return at 9% was %1350

Investment at 8% is formulated as follows. Y = (Initial investment) (.08) = $1000
.08Y = $1000 Y=$12,500 Using the same process for the 9% investment yields an initial investment of $15,000

Initial Investment at 8% = $12,500

Initial Investment at 9% = =$15,000


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15 men earns 525
1 man raens 525/15
equals to 35

7 women earns 525
1 women earns 75

so 7 men and 13 women earns 7 *35+13*75=245+975=1220

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