7% gross rate of return on behalf of its balanced fund clients for its 2012 fiscal year end.
What does GROR stand for?
GROR stands for Gross Rate of Return
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That means a participant with a $50,000 balance making an annual contribution of $8,000 with an assumed 7% gross rate of return over 30 years would earn close to $180,000 (or nearly 17%) more by the time of his or her retirement.
For the special case in which the gross rate of return (the marginal productivity of capital) is exogenous, public investment would come entirely from the displacement of private capital, and the social discount rate equals the gross rate of return.
These machines earn a gross rate of return equal to [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
for notational simplicity, assume that the gross rate of return is constant over time.
There are two main options available: one course of action is to deposit it into the Court's own Special Account, which gives a gross rate of return of 6pc.
For the nine- months ended September 30, 1995, the account's gross rate of return was 11 percent.