140.Keith McPherson earned $20,000 last year as a carpenter. He paid $6,000 for food, rent, medical expenses and other "necessities." There was little construction work in February, so he took a trip to the Caribbean and spent $4,000. What was Keith's discretionary income last year? 141.As the owner of a women's clothing store, Caroline Lipscomb has an income of $75,000. She pays $30,000 per year in taxes and another $17,000 per year in grocery bills, house mortgage, and car payment. Last year she went to Italy and spent an additional $4,000. What was Caroline's discretionary income last year? 142.A young working couple earned $50,000 last year. Of that, they paid $16,000 in taxes and $15,000 in rent, food, insurance and other necessities. Their discretionary income for the year was: A. $35,000.B. $50,000.C. $19,000.D. $34,000.E. $15,000.143.Ginny Paulson was just promoted to marketing manager for her company. She also gets a big raise with the promotion. Because Ginny's discretionary income will increase, which of the following products is MOST likely to benefit? 144.As the owner of a Bluetooth specialties store, Alicia Fountainbleau has an income of $72,000. She pays $30,000 per year in taxes and another $22,000 per year in grocery bills, house mortgage, and car payment. Last year she spent an additional $4,000 on a two-week vacation at a Club Med in Rio de Janeiro. What was Alicia's discretionary income last year? 145.Bart Thunderheart has an annual income of $75,000 a year. He pays $25,000 in taxes, and spends another $15,000 on his home, car, food, and other "necessities." Last year, he decided to really enjoy his annual vacation, so he spent $5,000 to go skiing in Austria. What was Bart's discretionary income last year?