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You are considering the purchase of a deferred annuity that will pay $10,000 a year at the end of each year for 20 years, to you or a desgnated survivor. (sure thing) Payments will begin when you turn 65, your current age is 55. If you feel 7% annual interest rate is a fair return, what is the maximum amount you should pay for the annuity today?
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