Kim used to work at “The Big One” accounting firm, and she earned $50,000 a year. She saved her money and has now invested $100,000 in her own firm. Profit is $20,000 a year, which Kim receives as her only compensation. She concludes that this is great because a 20 percent return is much better than the 8 percent she could get in another investment (the opportunity cost of the funds). What is wrong with this line of thinking?
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