Question: Deuce Sporting Goods manufactures a high end model tennis racket The

Deuce Sporting Goods manufactures a high-end model tennis racket. The company’s forecasted income statement for the year, before any special orders, is as follows:
Fixed costs included in the forecasted income statement are $400,000 in manufacturing cost of goods sold and $200,000 in selling expenses. A new client placed a special order with Deuce, offering to buy 1,000 tennis rackets for $100.00 each. The company will incur no additional selling expenses if it accepts the special order. Assuming that Deuce has sufficient capacity to manufacture 1,000 more tennis rackets, by what amount would differential income increase (decrease) as a result of accepting the special order?

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