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A corporation’s pretax net income of $1,000,000 is taxable based on 30% of the first $300,000, 35% of the next $300,000, and 40% of the balance:

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    The company has an open invoice for $100 but then chooses to take the 2% discount offered and pay $98 if paid within 10 days.

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