Christy Reed made a $2,000 deposit in her savings account on her 21st birthday, and she has made another $2,000 deposit on every birthday since then. Her account earns 7 percent compounded annually. How much will she have in the account after she makes the deposit on her 32nd birthday?
The future value on her 32nd birthday will be $35,776.90.
Payment (PMT) = $2,000
Period (n) = 12, (From 21 to 32)
Interest Rate (i) = 7%
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