1) A government bond matures in 5 years, makes annual coupon payments of 5.3% and offers a yield of 3.3% annually compounded. Assume face value is $1,000. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter your answer as a percent rounded to 2 decimal places.) a. Suppose that one year later the bond still yields 3.3%. What return has the bondholder earned over the 12-month period? Rate of return % b. Now suppose that the bond yields 2.3% at the end of the year. What return did the bondholder earn in this case? Rate of return %
2)a self-employed taxpayer, purchased a point-of-sale machine for use in her business. how does linn classify this property for tax purposes? personal, intangible, business-use property. personal, tangible, business-use property. real, business-use property. real, investment-use property.