Analyzing and close a commerical loan

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Management estimates that it costs $500 to analyze and close a commerical loan. This amount has been included in the $250,000 of inderict costs. How much of the $250,000 indirect costs should be allocated to the Consumer Department?

A. $50,000

B. $90,000

C. $160,000

D. $200,000

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