Making equal monthly deposits into your account

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You are planning to retire and have decided: you will retire in 33 years and would like to have $7,000 per month as retirement income for 30 years of retirement. You have access to an account that earns a 6% rate of return. How much will you need to have when you retire to be able to withdraw the desired $7,000 per month during your years of retirement? If you plan to save by making equal monthly deposits into your account from now until you retire, how much does that deposit have to be?

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