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Mr. A, who is in a 35 percent marginal tax bracket, must decide between two investment opportunities, both of which require a $50,000 initial cash outlay in year 0. Investment 1 will yield $8,000 before-tax cash flow in years 1, 2, and 3. This cash represents ordinary taxable income. In year 3, Mr. A can liquidate the investment and recover his $50,000 cash outlay. He must pay a nondeductible $200 annual fee (in years 1, 2, and 3) to maintain Investment 1. Investment 2 will not yield any before-tax cash flow during the period over which Mr. A will hold the investment. In year 3, he can sell Investment 2 for $75,000 cash. His $25,000 profit on the sale will be capital gain taxed at 15 percent. Assuming a 6 percent discount rate, determine which investment has the greater NPV.


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