Chuck has just won the Flyball Lottery. He has two options for receiving his prize. The first option is to accept a $132.000 cash payment today. The second option is to receive $22,100 at the end of each of the next 13 years and a $21.500 lump sum payment in the 14th year. Chuck can invest money at a 9% rate. Click here to view the factor table.
(a) Calculate the present value of the two options. (For calculation purposes, use 4 decimal places as displayed in the factor table provided and round final answer to 0 decimal place, e.. 58,971.) Option 2 Option 1 132000 Present value $ $ Which option should Chuck choose to receive his winnings? (b) If Chuck could invest money at 12%, calculate the present value of the two options. (For calculation purposes, use answer to decimal place, s. 58.971.) Option 1 Option 2 Present value $ Which option should he choose?