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Prepare an income statement for a profitable small business. Include at least 10 operating expenses. Use an income tax rate of 25%.
Net sales 1,000,000 Cost of sales 500,000 Gross margin 500,000 Operating expenses Salaries expense 150,000 Depreciation expense 50,000 Insurance expense 50,000 Supplies expense 10,000 Utilities expense 25,000 Advertising expense 20,000 Legal [ expenses 10,000 Consulting expenses 25,000 Rent expense 50,000 Accounting expenses 10,000 Total expenses 400,000 Net income before taxes 100,000 Income
taxes 25,000 Net Income 75,000 ]
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