# Answer to Question #59608 in Macroeconomics for ali

Question #59608

National Income Accounts.

X 100. Transfers 100. PIT 220. SST 60.

IBT1 40. NPI 40. I 100. CRE 20. C 700.

NFFI 100. Depreciation 60. IBT2 40. G 300. M 200.

Determine PI.

X 100. Transfers 100. PIT 220. SST 60.

IBT1 40. NPI 40. I 100. CRE 20. C 700.

NFFI 100. Depreciation 60. IBT2 40. G 300. M 200.

Determine PI.

Expert's answer

The personal income is defined as follows:

PI= NI+transfers+NPI-CRE-SST-IBT2

Where

NI =GNP-depreciation-IBT1

GNP=GDP+NFFI=C+I+G+(X-M)+NFFI

GNP = 700 + 100 + 300 + (100-200) +100 =1100

NI =1100 – 60 – 40 =1000

PI = 1000 +100 + 40 – 20 – 60 – 40 = 1020

PI= NI+transfers+NPI-CRE-SST-IBT2

Where

NI =GNP-depreciation-IBT1

GNP=GDP+NFFI=C+I+G+(X-M)+NFFI

GNP = 700 + 100 + 300 + (100-200) +100 =1100

NI =1100 – 60 – 40 =1000

PI = 1000 +100 + 40 – 20 – 60 – 40 = 1020

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