1) Our firm require a computerized machine tool lathe that costs $50,000 and needs $12,000 in maintenance for each year of its three years life. After 3 years, this machine will be replaced. Machine falls into MACRS three-year class life category. Suppose a tax rate of 35% and a discount rate of 12%.
If lathe can be sold for= $5,000 at the end of year three, what is the after-tax salvage value?
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2) Assume that oil prices hit the all-time high of= $200 a barrel, driving U.S. inflation up to 7% per year. At same time, weak U.S. growth and increasing foreign competition has generated unacceptably high levels of unemployment in United States. You are the Chair of Federal Reserve. What do you suggest?
3) You own some equipment which you bought four years ago at a cost of= $216,000. Equipment is five-year property for MACRS. You are considering selling equipment today for $75,500. find out after tax salvage value in year four?