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Ralph has been awarded some money in a settlement. He has the option to take a lump sum payment of $425,000 or get paid an annuity of $2,000 per month for the next 25 years. Which is the better deal for Ralph and by how much assuming the growth rate of 5.15% per year?

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    I answered your last post for this kind of problem. How about giving me your thoughts on how to start with this question ?
    It is a straightforward problem.

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    I think the lump sum is the better deal by $91,772.64.

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