Jaynet spends $25,000 per year on painting supplies and storage space. She recently received two job offers from a famous marketing firm - one offer was for $125,000 per year, and the other was for $105,000. However, she turned both jobs down to continue a painting career. If Jaynet sells 35 paintings per year at a price of $5,000 each:
a. What are her accounting profits?
b. What are her economic profits?
Please give a definition for both accounting profit and economic profit and show step-by-step calculations for both.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 5:01 am ad1c9bdddf
Cost of Painting Supplies and Storage Space = $25,000
Offer from Marketing Firm 1 = $125,000
Offer from Marketing Firm 2 = $105,000
Unit price per painting = $5,000
Projected paintings sold = 35
If Jaynet sells 35 paintings per year for the price of $5,000 each, her revenue ...
This solution illustrates the difference between economic profit and accounting profit by giving a step-by-step example that calculates and contrasts economic profit and accounting profit, incorporating product costs, revenue generated, and opportunity costs.