Posted: April 17th, 2017
You have a two children, A and B. Child A is not going to college but is working in a business to learn the ropes. Child A plans on opening a business someday. Child B is attending college. You put a certain amount of money into an account. From this account, Child B will receive $2,000 per month for the next four years. Whatever is left at that time will go to Child A to help start the business. You want Child A to receive $96,000 at that time. The account pays 7% annually, compounded monthly. How much money do you need to start the account? Show your work.
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