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Suppose you are 46 and have a $180,000 face amount, 14-year, limited-payment, participating policy (dividends will be used to build up the cash value of the policy). Your annual premium is $630. The cash value of the policy is expected to be $7,200 in 14 years. Using time value of money and assuming you could invest your money elsewhere for a 8 percent annual yield, calculate the net cost of insurance. UseExhibit 1-B. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round time value factor to 3 decimal places and final answer to the nearest whole dollar.)
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