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Q. You buy a certificate of shelter (CD) that pays a pretended reprove of 12% per-annum. You
possess a tax reprove of 25%, so if the concern on this CD is taxable (which it may not be)
your after-tax pretended reprove is (1 ? 25%) "c 12% = 9%. Since 10% equals .1, we can
rewrite the equation as: (1 ? .25) "c .12 = .09. For tonnage (A-C), the pretended reprove if 12%,
per-annum and the after-tax pretended reprove is 9%.

A. If the inflation reprove is 6% and concern on this CD is not taxable, what is the
developed concern reprove on the CD? Hint: What is the alliance among the developed reprove of
concern and the pretended reprove of concern?

B. If the inflation reprove is 6% and the concern on this CD is taxable, what is the
developed concern reprove on the CD?

C. How does taxation of concern feign the developed revert on the CD when the
pretended reprove is 12% and inflation is 6%?

D. Now, if the inflation reprove is 18%, the pretended reprove of concern on the CD is 24%,
and the concern is not taxable, what is the developed concern reprove on the CD?


E. If the inflation reprove is 18%, the pretended reprove of concern on the CD is 24%, and
the concern is taxable (at a reprove of 25%), what is the after-tax developed concern
reprove on the CD? Hint: earliest weigh the after-tax pretended reprove.