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calculating yields:assume you purchased ahigh yield corporate bond at itscurrentmarketprice of$850 on January2,2004.Itpays a9percent interest and will mature on December 31,2013,at which time the corporation will payyou the face value of$1000. Determine the yield to maturityon your bond investment **Weegy:** The answer is "Determine the yield to maturity on your bond investment. " (More)

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calculating current yield. calculate the interest amount and current yield for the following $1,000 bonds. 6% $1,030, 5.7% $1,120, 5.10% $910 **Weegy:** $600,000 **User:** calculating yields **Weegy:** Sir/Madam, The rate used in the table for calculating compound interest is found by "Annual rate divided by number of times compounded per year". (More)

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Calculating Net Profit after Taxes. Assume your home is assessed at $200,000.You have a $150,000 loan for 30 years at 6 percent. Your property tax rate is 1.5 percent of the assessed value. In year one, you pay $9000 in mortgage interest and $3000 in property tax. (1.5 percent on $200,000 assessed value).
7. What is the total deduction you can take from your federal income tax return?
8. Assuming you are in a 28 percent tax bracket, by what amount would you have lowered your federal income ... ...**Weegy:** Schedule A itemized deductions of the 1040 tax form for a start for this purpose and time in your life.
The limitation for mortgage interest on your primary and secondary residence is $1,000,000 for acquisition indebtedness and $100,000 for home [ equity indebtedness.
Real estate taxes paid on your primary and second residence are, generally, deductible.
Deductible real estate taxes include any state, local, or foreign taxes based on the value of the real property levied for the general public welfare.
Deductible real estate taxes do not include taxes charged for local benefits and improvements that increase the value of the property, such as assessments for sidewalks, water mains, sewer lines, parking lots, and similar improvements.
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Tax Topic 503, Deductible Taxes
MFJ by a few hundred dollars maybe for this purpose and time in your life when the total itemized deduction amounts from your schedule A would be MORE than your standard deduction amount is for the tax year in question.
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Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. ] **User:** Calculating NetProfit afterTaxes. Assume your home is assessed at $200,000.You have a$150,000loan for 30yearsat 6percent.Your propertytax rate is 1.5percent ofthe assessed value.In yearone, you pay$9000in mortgage interest and $3000in propertytax.(1.5 percent on $200,000 assessed value). 7.What is the total deduction you can take from your federal income taxreturn? 8.Assuming you are in a 28 percent taxbracket, by what amountwould you havelowered your federal income ...... (More)

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Assume your home is assessed at $200,000. You have a $150,000 loan for 30 years at 6 percent. Your property tax is 1.5 percent of the assessed value. In year one, you would pay $9,000 in mortgage interest and $3,000 in property tax (1.5 percent on $200,000 assessed value).

7. The total deduction you can take on your federal income tax return is $9,000 (mtg. interest) + $3,000 (prop. taxes) = $12,000 total.

8. Assuming you are in a 28 percent tax bracket, the amount that would you have lowered your federal income is $12,000 x 0.28 = $3,360

7. The total deduction you can take on your federal income tax return is $9,000 (mtg. interest) + $3,000 (prop. taxes) = $12,000 total.

8. Assuming you are in a 28 percent tax bracket, the amount that would you have lowered your federal income is $12,000 x 0.28 = $3,360

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