3a. What is the shortest loan (36 months, 48 months, 60 months or 72 months) that has a monthly payment within your $500 budget that will allow you to buy the $45,000 car? Answer: Through Bank of America, I found a rate of 2.99% for the 36, 48 and 60 month loans. We are able to put down 20% and will need to finance $36,000. There is no loan period for the $45,000 car that would be under our $500
In Alexa's situation, all expenses incurred in this year is 28,900 while the passive income is only 20,000. Since we are not sure if Alex qualifies as an active participant at this point, none of the passive loss can be deducted again the passive income. 2. Assuming that Alexa's AGI from other sources is $90,000, what effect does the rental activity have on Alexa's AGI?Alexa makes all decisions with respect to the property. The AGI will be reduced by 8,900.
There is no fund-raising at the national level. The normal source of funds are the traditional Christmas kettle campaigns, direct-mail programs, corporate and foundation gifts, planned giving, and government contracts. In most areas, The Salvation Army is a member agency of local affiliates of the United Way of America where such affiliation has proven to be beneficial to The Salvation Army. The organization’s stewardship of its funding is noted throughout philanthropy; 83 cents of every dollar collected by the Army goes directly to client service – among the highest percentages of any non-profit in the world. In my community they provide a shelter for people who don't have a place to stay, they provide food for the people there and anyone who comes in and asks for it, they help with bills like heating, water, housing.
Levered’s perpetual debt has a market value of $300 million and the required return on its debt is 7%. Levered’s stock sells for $100 per share, and there are 5 million shares outstanding. Unlevered has 8 million shares outstanding worth $90 each. Unlevered has no debt. These firms operate in the Modigliani-Miller world with no taxes.
Use the following facts to answer problems 60–62. Alexa owns a condominium near Cocoa Beach in Florida. This year, she incurs the following expenses in connection with her condo: Insurance $2,000 Mortgage interest 6,500 Property taxes 2,000 Repairs & maintenance 1,400 Utilities 2,500 Depreciation 14,500 During the year, Alexa rented out the condo for 100 days. She did not use the condo at all for personal purposes during the year. Alexa’s AGI from all sources other than the rental property is $200,000.
Answer: Because Mary Beth does not devote more than 750 hours to office management she has to treat the income as passive. This loss can only be applied to her passive income. 8-34 Mike and Sally Card file a joint return for the 2012 tax year. Their adjusted gross income is $65,000 and they incur the following interest expenses: Qualified Education Loans: 3500 Personal loans: 1000 Home Mortgage Loan: 4000 Loan for Stocks, Bonds, Securities: 15000 Investment income and related expenses amount to $7,000 and $500, respectively. What is Mike and Sally's interest deduction for the 2012 tax year?
1. Porter Five Force Analysis Porter Five Force | Intensity | Competitive Rivalry Within The Industry | Medium To High | Bargaining Power Of Customers | Medium | Threat Of New Entrants | Medium | Bargaining Power Of Suppliers | Low To Medium | Threat Of Substitute Products | Low | Competitive Rivalry Within The Industry - Nike, Adidas pose threat and Under Amour does not hold patents * Under Armour faces intense competition from the likes of Nike and Adidas as well as newer players. * Nike and Adidas, which have considerably larger resources at their disposal, are making a play within the performance apparel market to gain market share in this upcoming product category. * These larger companies could leverage their strong brand recognition and marketing efforts to enhance their presence in international markets (outside North America) where Under Armour has a limited presence. UA derives only 6% of its revenues from the international markets.
Prepare a five-forces analysis to support your answer. Well in 2010 there were 106 known cupcakeries in the bay area. But a majority of the businesses are single store establishments and not a huge threat to Sift’s. But an establishment by the name of Kara’s Cupcakes is the biggest competition Sift will have to deal with. Being Kara has six stores located in the Bay Area alone.
The asset turnover will increase when their profit margin increases, the high profit margin is because they are currently expanding . 2. To a certain extent, the high level of popularity was from their effective market analysis. In 2012 superstyles spent 20% of their profits on marketing. Compared to the industry average superstyles spends 50% more on marketing, however I think it is very useful as they are expanding and don’t have the brand image and reputation yet.
According to The Australian Red Cross Blood Service at www.donateblood.com.au is states that ‘every week in Australia alone, we need over 27,000 blood donations’ which amounts to over 12, 690 litres of blood. The need for blood never takes a vacation and neither should donors. 6 year old Cameron from Victoria, a boy with short brown hair with a certain love to run around, is a victim of a rare life-threatening condition known as Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anaemia (CDA), which means he is unable to produce healthy red blood cells, vital for carrying oxygen around his little body. Cameron needs blood transfusions every five weeks, allowing him to grow up happy and healthy. He will be dependent on these transfusions for the rest of his life and without the help of generous donations from the public, Cameron will most certainly die.