Taxable Income, Corporate Finance

The tax rates are as shown. Your firm currently has taxable income of $79,000. How much additional tax will you owe if you increase your taxable income by $30,000?

Taxable Income Tax Rate
$ 0 - 50,000 15%
50,001 - 75,000 25%
75,001 - 100,000 34%
100,001 - 335,000 39%
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