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Siphiwe’s grandmother, who is 60, gives him a gift of R10 000. He decides to invest it until he is 60, which will be in forty years’ time. He buys into a fund that he believes will return 17% p.a. during this time. How much money will he have? Do you think he has been wise to start saving at such a young age when he has necessary things to buy?
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