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# You're trying to save to buy a new car valued at $48,690. you have$38,000 today that can be invested at your bank. the bank pays 3.7 percent annual interest on its accounts. how long will it be before you have enough to buy the car for cash? assume the price of the car remains constant.5.13 years9.29 years4.67 years7.08 years6.82 years

On january 1, 2018, jay company acquired all the outstanding ownership shares of zee company. in assessing zee's acquisition-date fair values, jay concluded that the carrying value of zee's long-term debt (8-year remaining life) was less than its fair value by $21,600. at december 31, 2018, zee company's accounts show interest expense of$14,440 and long-term debt of $380,000. what amounts of interest expense and long-term debt should appear on the december 31, 2018, consolidated financial statements of jay and its subsidiary zee? long-term debt$401,600 $398,900$401,600 $398,900 interest expense$17,140 $17,140$11,740 $11,740 a. b. c. d. Answers: 3 Business, 22.06.2019 02:30 The payment of an insurance premium of$5,400 for a three-year policy was debited to prepaid insurance for $5,400 and credited to cash for$4,500. indicate whether the debit or credit total is higher and by how much.
Henry​ crouch's law office has traditionally ordered ink refills 55 units at a time. the firm estimates that carrying cost is 35​% of the ​$11 unit cost and that annual demand is about 240 units per year. the assumptions of the basic eoq model are thought to apply. for what value of ordering cost would its action be​ optimal? ​a) for what value of ordering cost would its action be​ optimal? Answers: 2 You know the right answer? You're trying to save to buy a new car valued at$48,690. you have \$38,000 today that can be investe...