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Write a program that calculates how long it would take you to save enough money to pay the down payment for your dream house. You will ask the user for their annual salary, the percent of the salary they’d want to save, and the cost of their dream home.

You should assume that the down payment is 25% of the total cost of the home. The time should be expressed in months. Hint: annual salary / 12 will give you the monthly salary.

Use your code from the previous part as a starting point.

Extending the calculator from the last question, lets assume (accurately so) that you get a raise about twice year (every six months). Keeping this in mind, prompt the user for a semi-annual raise percentage (which will apply every six months) For example, if you start at 100,000 and get a 5% raise every six months, your salary for the first six months would be 8,333.33/month(base $100,000), and 8,750/month (base $105,000) for the following six months, and so on…

What's your annual salary? 120000

What percent of your salary will you save? 10%

How much does your dream home cost? 1000000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 0

What's the investment annual return? 4

You would have to work for 183 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

183 months or 15 years and 3 months.

What's your annual salary? 150000

What percent of your salary will you save? 10

How much does your dream home cost? 500000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 3%

What's the investment annual return? 4%

You would have to work for 75 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

75 months or 6 years and 3 months.

What's your annual salary? 120000

What percent of your salary will you save? 10%

How much does your dream home cost? 1000000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 0

What's the investment annual return? 0%

You would have to work for 250 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

250 months or 20 years and 10 months.

You can reuse some of your code from the previous part.

The previous questions focused on how long you would have to work to afford the downpayment. In this question, you’re going to answer the reverse - how much would I have to save to be able to afford the downpayment in X years.

We can iron out some details prior, to make this easier: The semi-annual raise will be 7% The investments have an annual return of 4% The downpayment for the house will be 25% The dream house costs $1m.

For this question, you should find the best rate of savings so that the $1m downpayment can be paid in 3 years (36 months), given the user’s salary.

What's your annual salary? 120000

What percent of your salary will you save? 10%

How much does your dream home cost? 1000000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 0

What's the investment annual return? 4

You would have to work for 183 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

183 months or 15 years and 3 months.

How many years are you planning to save for downpayment? 3

The best savings rate for you is 0.6548.

What's your annual salary? 150000

What percent of your salary will you save? 120

What percent of your salary will you save? 12%

How much does your dream home cost? 500000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? -3%

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 3%

What's the investment annual return? 7%

You would have to work for 62 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

62 months or 5 years and 2 months.

How many years are you planning to save for downpayment? 4

The best savings rate for you is 0.1639.

What's your annual salary? 150000

What percent of your salary will you save? 10%

How much does your dream home cost? 1000000

What's the semi-annual raise percentage? 7%

What's the investment annual return? 4

You would have to work for 99 months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.

99 months or 8 years and 3 months.

How many years are you planning to save for downpayment? 3

The best savings rate for you is 0.4411.

Here is the code that I used for part 1 -

salary = int(input("What is you annual salary? ")) sav_percent = int(input("What percent of your salary will you save? ")) monthly_sal = salary/12 # calculating monthly salary saving = 0 # initial savings cost = int(input("How much does your dream home cost? ")) dwn_pymt = (0.25)* cost # to calculate the down payment of the dream home months_of_saving = 0 raise_percent = int(input("What's the semi-annual raise percentage? ")) annual_ret = (int(input("What's the investment annual return? "))/100) while saving < dwn_pymt: saving += (saving * (annual_ret/12)) # this will add the montly interest of investement into savings saving += ((sav_percent/100) * monthly_sal) # this will add the percent of monthly income that user want to save months_of_saving += 1 # to increment the months of saving by 1 if months_of_saving % 6 == 0: # to check for the semi monthly increment salary = salary + (salary * (raise_percent/100)) monthly_sal = salary/12 #print(round(salary)) #print("Total no. months {}, Total amount that will be saved {}.".format(months_of_saving,round(saving))) print("\n") print("You would have to work for {} months to afford the downpayment for your dream house.".format(months_of_saving)) print("{} months or {} years and {} months".format(months_of_saving, (months_of_saving//12), (months_of_saving%12)))

Comments

Formulate a "question" ... we don't read your xxx and figure out what's "missing".

Exactly correct. Agreed

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