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# Hansen Company, a cash-basis taxpayer, paid $50,000 for an asset in year 0. Assume it can deduct one-half of the cost in year 0 and the remainder in...

Hansen Company, a cash-basis taxpayer, paid $50,000 for an asset in year 0. Assume it can deduct one-half of the cost in year 0 and the remainder in year 1. Assume a 35 percent tax rate and 8 percent discount rate. Use Appendix A and Appendix B. **(Round discount factor(s) to 3 decimal places, and intermediate calculations to the nearest whole dollar amount.)**

**a. **Calculate the net present value of Hansen's after-tax cost of the asset.

NPV of after-tax cost ?

b.**. **Now assume Hansen borrows the $50,000 needed to purchase the asset. It repays the loan in year 2, with interest of $10,000. Calculate the net present value of Harmon's after tax cost of the asset under these new facts.