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Cooper makes annual contributions in the amount of $3,250, on average, to a Roth IRA. He wants to retire in 28 years. He is currently taxed in the 35% tax bracket, but anticipates being taxed at 25% in his retirement years. If the average annual rate of return on his account is 4.1%, what is the net value of Cooper’s Roth IRA account at retirement? $41,229.31 $107,196.21 $133,067.24 $142,167.24

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this looks like an annuity. jsut plug and play right?
ok i'll try
Math group please.

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