Last year, jackson tires reported net sales of $40 million and total operating costs (including depreciation) of $26 million. it had $75 million of investor-supplied capital, with an after-tax cost of 10%. if the company's tax rate is 40%, how much value did its management create or lose for jackson tire during the year?
it's actually a very difficult task, due to not many people can make 2 million dollars in 2 years. besides that, to the not-so-realistic ideas, you can create a business. it could be practically anything, but make it into a business that isn't that known yet, you get me? also, lets not forget about stock market. that's where all the good stuff happens. use investments at the beginning and begin to raise up your business or whatever you're going to do. as this is a very non-realistic idea, it's still worth the shot!
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