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request for johnmark1900 business tutorThe after-tax Salvage Value is calculated as: SV - t*(SV-BV)
The above formula will work regardless of whether SV is higher or lower than the BV.
Case I: SV>BV2.The first term is SV: the company is selling the asset and receiving SV amount in return. Since, cash is coming in, SV is a positive number
The second term is -t*(SV-BV): Since the SV>BV, the asset is sold at a price higher than its current value. Therefore, the difference (SV-BV) will be taxed at the tax rate. Therefore, we have t*(SV-BV). This will give us the amount of taxes. Since taxes are paid, it is a cash outflow and therefore a minus number.
Case II: SV
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Multiple Problems
Expert:  Johnmark1900 replied 3 months ago.

Thanks for requesting me.

please let me know your deadline

Customer: replied 3 months ago.
hi
the first questions 1-4 on the first 2 pages are due tonight wedthe questions 1-18 are due this Friday night
Expert:  Johnmark1900 replied 3 months ago.

Sorry wont be able to assist. I have opted out. Its open for other experts.

Expert:  F. Naz replied 3 months ago.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/jf3i99obde1rni4/MATH_WORK.doc

Your answers are at above link and working is link below for 1-4

http://www.mediafire.com/download/oqkdb07t1asnaua/1-4.xls

Please accept the offer so the answer for remaining questions may be provided thanks.

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