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Chapter 5 Question 7

7. Comparing Taxable and Tax-Free Yields. With a 28 percent marginal tax rate, would a tax-free yield of 7 percent or a tax-
able yield of 9.5 percent give you a better return on your savings? Why?
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7. Comparing Taxable and Tax-Free Yields. With a 28 percent marginal tax rate, would a tax-free yield of 7 percent or a tax- able yield of 9.5 percent give you a better return on your savings? Why? LO5-4

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