Uture value of a portfolio. rachel and richard want to know when their current portfolio will be sufficient for them to retire. they have the following balances in their portfolio: money market account (mm): $36 comma 000 government bond mutual fund (gb): $140 comma 000 large capital mutual fund (lc): $107 comma 000 small capital mutual fund (sc): $77 comma 000 real estate trust fund (re): $88 comma 000 rachel and richard believe they need at least $1 comma 500 comma 000 to retire. the money market account grows at 2.0 % annually, the government bond mutual fund grows at 4.5 % annually, the large capital mutual fund grows at 9.0 % annually, the small capital mutual fund grows at 13.0 % annually, and the real estate trust fund grows at 3.5 % annually. with the assumption that no more funds will be deposited into any of these accounts, how long will it be until they reach the $1 comma 500 comma 000 goal? rachel and richard will need to invest their accounts for nothing or more years to reach $1 comma 500 comma 000. (round to the nearest whole number.)
1) the stages a new product goes through from beginning to end, i.e., the stages that a product passes through from introduction through growth, maturity, and decline. 2) the time from initial research and development to the time at which sales and support of the product to customers are withdrawn. 3) the period of time during which a product can be produced and marketed profitably.
answer; post closing trial balance;