Unformatted text preview: $795 b. $2,000 / 215 = $9.30 c. $9.30 x 60 = $558 d. $795 – $558 = $237 (Although technically some of the appreciation is due to reinvested dividends— according to the question—so she shouldn’t pay tax again on dividend income that had been taxed previously.) e. No income taxes will be incurred until Jane removes the funds from her retirement account....
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- Spring '08
- Personal Finance, mutual funds shares