After-Tax Cash Flows For each of the following independent situations, compute the net after-tax cash flow amount by subtracting cash outlays for operating expenses and income taxes from cash revenue. The cash outlay for income taxes is determined by applying the income tax rate to the cash revenue received less the cash and noncash (depreciation) expenses.   A B C Cash revenue received $92,000 $452,000 $222,000 Cash operating expenses paid 56,000 317,000 147,000 Depreciation on tax return 14,000 32,000 22,000 Income tax rate 40% 30% 20%   Do not use negative signs with any of your answers below.   A B C Cash revenue Answer   Answer   Answer   Cash outlays:       Operating expenses Answer   Answer   Answer   Income taxes Answer   Answer   Answer   Total cash outlays Answer   Answer   Answer   Net after-tax cash flow Answer   Answer   Answer

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After-Tax Cash Flows
For each of the following independent situations, compute the net after-tax cash flow amount by subtracting cash outlays for operating expenses and income taxes from cash revenue. The cash outlay for income taxes is determined by applying the income tax rate to the cash revenue received less the cash and noncash (depreciation) expenses.

  A B C
Cash revenue received $92,000 $452,000 $222,000
Cash operating expenses paid 56,000 317,000 147,000
Depreciation on tax return 14,000 32,000 22,000
Income tax rate 40% 30% 20%

 

Do not use negative signs with any of your answers below.

  A B C
Cash revenue Answer
 
Answer
 
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Cash outlays:      
Operating expenses Answer
 
Answer
 
Answer
 
Income taxes Answer
 
Answer
 
Answer
 
Total cash outlays Answer
 
Answer
 
Answer
 
Net after-tax cash flow Answer
 
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