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2. You recommend spending $10,000 on equipment that will increase sales of your product by $1000 a year and reduce annual operating costs by $800. The equipment has 10-year lifetime, but can be depreciated in three years according to MACRS. Your company uses a 10% interest rate and is the 25% tax bracket.
a. What is the pretax present value of this investment?
b. What is the after-tax present value of this investment?
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