With an adjustable rate mortgage, you make monthly payments depending on the interest rate at the beginning of each year. You have borrowed $60,000 on a 30-year ARM. For the first year, monthly payments are based on the current annual T-Bill rate of 9 percent. In years 2-5, monthly payments will be based on the following annual T-Bill rates +2 percent. -year 1:10 percent -year 3:13 percent -year 4:15 percent -year 5:10 percent The catch is that the ARM contains a clause that ensures that monthly payments can increase a maximum of 7.5 percent from one year to the next. To compensate the lender for this provision, the borrower adjusts the ending balance of the loan at the end of each year based on the difference between what the borrower actually paid and what he should have paid. Determine monthly payments during years 1-5 of the loan.
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