$24,000 B. $75,000 C. $99,000 D. $51,000 E. $80,000 Difficulty: Easy 3. On January 1, 2008, Pacer Company paid $1,920,000 for 60,000 shares of Lennon Co.'s voting common stock which represents a 45% investment. No allocation to goodwill or other specific account was made. Significant influence over Lennon was achieved by this acquisition.
The most recent financial statements for Williamson, Inc., are shown here (assuming no income taxes): Income Statement Balance Sheet Sales $ 6,700 Assets $22,050 Debt $ 8,050 Costs 3,850 Equity 14,000 Net income $ 2,850 Total $22,050 Total $22,050 Assets and costs are proportional to sales. Debt and equity are not. No dividends are paid. Next year’s sales are projected to be $7,906. What is the external financing needed?
Good Citizen, Inc. incurred their first loss during this fiscal year on both their financial statements and tax returns. Suppose there are no differences between the calculation of book income and taxable income. The net loss this year was $1,000,000, prior year's income was $12,000,000 and the applicable tax rate was 40%. What would the entry be if the government(s) allowed the Company to carry a tax loss back to prior tax years for a full refund of prior taxes paid? a. DR Deferred tax asset $400K, CR Tax benefit (provision) $400K b. DR Current tax receivable $400K, CR Tax benefit (provision) $400K c. DR Tax expense (provision) $400K, CR Current taxes payable $400K d. DR Tax expense (provision) $400K, CR Deferred tax liability $400K e. DR Current tax expense $400K, CR Deferred tax expense $400K 4.
1. How much money will Tom and Tricia have in 45 years if they do nothing for the next 10 years, then puts $2400 per year away for the remaining 35 years? 1. How much money will Tom and Tricia have in 45 years if they put $2400 per year away for the next 10 years, then puts nothing additional away for the remaining 35
Corporation AB had a net long-term capital loss is 2005 and net operating loss in 2004. What are the earliest year(s) to which these losses can be carried? Answer: Capital loss to 2003 or 2010 and net operating loss to 2002 or 2024 3. Cloud corporation has a taxable income of $100,000 in 2005 along with a $30,000 general business credit. What is the amount of its credit carryover and the last year to which the carryover could be used?
Its cost was $12,000, it has a ten-year life, and straight-line depreciation will be taken. SOLUTION: 1. Factory Overhead Cost Budget Percent of normal capacity 80% 90% 110% Number of units 4,000 4,500 5,500 Number of standard direct labor hours 16,000 18,000 22,000 Budgeted factory overhead: Fixed cost: Depreciation on building and machinery $ 1,200 $ 1,200 $ 1,200 Taxes on building and machinery 500 500 500 Insurance on building and machinery 500 500 500 Superintendent’s salary 1,500 1,500 1,500
The interest you receive on the first investment is $110 per year for three years. You receive $330 on the second investment in the third year and nothing in the first two years. If your discount rate is 6%, what should you pay for each of these investments? Present Value of #1 = $110 + $110 + $110 = $294.03 (1.06) (1.06)2 (1.06)3 Present Value of #2 = $0 + $0 + $330 = $ 277.07 (1.06) (1.06)2 (1.06)3 You will pay more for investment #1 b) You can make two different new products at your plant. Product #1 is expected to earn no profit in the first year, $500 in the second year and $1,000 in the third year.
PMT = (.1085/2)*1000=54.25 N = 60 R = 0.09/2=0.045 (or 4.5 for calculator purposes) FV = 1000 PV =? Answer: 1,190.90 b.What is the value of this bond 10 years after it was issued? PMT = (.1085/2)*1000=54.25 N = 40 R = 0.09/2=0.045 (or 4.5 for calculator purposes) FV = 1000 PV =? Answer: 1170.20 The price will decrease as approaching maturity since at maturity (just before expiration) it will be worth the par ($1,000) since this is a premium bond. 2.Suppose your company needs to raise $30 million and you want to issue 30-year bonds for this purpose.
With this new development, if we assume that the previous 4,796,000 shares of common stock that were originally issued in March of 1993 are now also worth $1 per share, this gives a total of $4,796,000. The total valuation of the company will then be $800,000 + $4,796,000 = $5,596,000. This is the value that we believe to represent the valuation of Neverfail as of November 1994. After round 1 of VC investment: Due to the deal with the Pacific Ridge, Neverfail share prices were going for $1.50 per share The Company was valued at $9 million as of December 1994 according to the case study. Initial value of Pacific ridge investment (December 1995) is: 666,667 * $1.50 + 133,333 * $0.3 = $1,040,000.4 (initial investment, exhibit 7).