How to calculate the after-tax return

Question description

Calculate the after-tax return of 6.89 percent, 20
year, A- rated corporate bond for an investor in the 10% marginal tax bracket.
Compare this yield to a 4.87 percent, 20 year, A-rated tax- exempt municipal bond
and explain which alternative is better .Repeat the calculations and comparison
for investor in the 33 percent marginal tax bracket.
He after-tax return of a 6.89 percent, 20 year,
A-rated corporate bond for an investor in the 10% marginal tax bracket is _____
( round to the two decimal places)
Assuming a 1 year money market at 1.91 percent(APY),
a 0.57 % inflation rate, a 35 percent marginal tax bracket, and a constant
60,000 balance, calculate he after-tax rate of return, the after-tax return and
the monetary return. What are implication of this result for cash management
decision?
Assuming a 1 year money market account investment at
1.91 percent (APY), a 35 percent marginal tax bracket, and a constant 60,000 balance
the after-tax rate of return is____%.( round to the two decimal places)
Base on the after-tax returns, what federal rate is investors
better off choosing a tax exempt 4.68 percent municipal bond over a taxable
6.68percent corporate bond?
The after-tax return on the corporate bond when the
tax rate is 10% is _____%( round to the two decimal places)