Question: Investor B has 100 000 in an investment paying 9 percent

Investor B has $100,000 in an investment paying 9 percent taxable interest per annum. Each year B incurs $825 of expenses relating to this investment. Compute B’s annual net cash flow assuming the following.
a. B’s marginal tax rate is 10 percent, and the annual expense is not deductible.
b. B’s marginal tax rate is 35 percent, and the annual expense is deductible.
c. B’s marginal tax rate is 25 percent, and the annual expense is not deductible.
d. B’s marginal tax rate is 40 percent, and only $500 of the annual expense is deductible.

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