The correct answer is: A)
We must first link the $800,000 today to the period when the perpetuity payments will begin. In this case: PV=800,000; I=5.5; N=6; thus, FV=1,103,074. Note that the $1,103,074 is the value of the perpetuity by the end of the sixth year. We also know that:
Present Value of a Perpetuity @ period t = [cash flow for period t+1]
[Period interest rate]
Present value of $1,103,074 @ period 6 = [Cash flow beginning period 7]
Therefore, the cash flow beginning in period 7 and continuing indefinitely is ($1,103,074)*(0.055) = $60,669.08.