In its Year 2 income statement, what amount should Shin report as total income tax expense? 3. (TCO B) Justification for the method of determining periodic deferred tax expense is based on the concept of: 4. (TCO B) In Year 2, Ajax, Inc. reported taxable income of $400,000 and pretax financial statement income of $300,000. The difference resulted from $60,000 of nondeductible premiums on Ajax's officers' life insurance and $40,000 of rental income received in advance.
This figure is substrated from the acquisition giving a result of £332,641 which is the written down value. The capital allowance for the first year is £66,528 which is shown in appendix 9 Corporation tax worked out at the main rate of 21% from 1st of April of 2011 (Reference 7). The profit substrates the capital allowance and gives the taxable profit for the next year which is shown in appendix
The first statement is the income statement. An income statement documents the income for a period of time. External users, such as investors and creditors utilize income statements as an indication of future performance-based on past income when deciding whether to invest in a company or the probability of loan repayment. Internal users, such as managers and owners may use the net income to verify sales goals or justify bonus payment. When preparing the income statement, the first entry is revenue.
Week 2 Discussion Questions DQ#1: How do you define strategic planning? What are some differences between strategic and financial planning? What financial problems might an organization encounter when implementing a strategic plan? I believe strategic planning is the process, which takes place to set organizational goals to meet the expectations of the mission and direction of the organization. Strategic planning focuses on the long-term goals of an organization, therefore it differs from financial planning.
WESTERN GOVERNORS UNIVERSITY Financial Analysis RJET Task 1 Executive Summary An extremely crucial element to any business entity is the financial analysis process. So what exactly is financial analysis? The actual definition is The assessment of the (1) effectiveness with which funds (investment and debt) are employed in a firm, (2) efficiency and profitability of its operations, and (3) value and safety of debtors' claims against the firm's assets. It employs techniques such as 'funds flow analysis' and financial ratios to understand the problems and opportunities inherent in an investment or financing decision. (WebFinance, Inc, 2013) Simplified it is the process of evaluating the current business, let’s say their effectiveness, and their future in their industry.
Task 1 As Sales manager you are asked to produce a quarterly budget forecast for next years sales. Complete the quarterly budget showing the revenue by product, and total income each quarter and for the year. Use Microsoft excels to produce the spreadsheet. Sales forecast is a prediction based on past sales performance and an analysis of expected market conditions. The true value in making a forecast is that it forces us to look at the future objectively.
Running Head: FINANCIAL 1 Financial Analysis Mariah Gray ACC205 Keith Graham 05/05/2014 FINANCIAL 2 When operating a business there are many things that you have to take into consideration. Sales and profit is a major factor in decision making. Another thing to consider is product or services. When you are selling these things, you have to decide what kind of customer you want in your business. Whether it can be something you pay up front, or something customers can pay monthly as they go.
Research Project ACCY 171 Fall 2013 Alternative A FACTS Both Larry and Wendy are calendar-year, cash method taxpayers. The lease requires an annual rental of $2,000 due in arrears on December 31. Wendy mailed the check on December 30, and Larry received it on January 2. ISSUE In what year should each of the cash method taxpayers include the transaction as an increase or decrease in their gross income? And what are the tax consequences?
depreciation over 3 years Depreciation costs per year: 24/3= 8 mln per year. Q3. Tax rate in 2012 = Income Tax Expense / Income Before Tax = 1127mln/4914 mln = 22,93% Q4. | Year 0 | Year 1 | Year 2 | Year 3 | | | | | | | | R&D expenses | -77 | | | | | | | | | | | Total Revenues | | 110 | 83 | 55 | All in millions | Cost of Goods Sold | | -8 | -8 | -5 | | Gross Profit | | 102 | 75 | 50 | | depreciation | | -8 | -8 | -8 | | Adm/sales/etc | | -3 | -3 | -2 | | EBIT | -77 | 91 | 64 | 40 | | Unl Net income | -59,34 | 70,13 | 49,32 | 30,83 | | Q5.
The parent receives annual dividends from the subsidiary of $2,500,000. If the parent's marginal tax rate is 34% and if the exclusion on intercompany dividends is 70%, what is the effective tax rate on the intercompany dividends, and how much net dividends are received? Question 20 New York Waste (NYW) is considering refunding a $50,000,000, annual payment, 14% coupon, 30-year bond issue that was issued 5 years ago. It has been amortizing $3 million of flotation costs on these bonds over their 30-year life. The company could sell a new issue of 25-year bonds at an annual interest rate of 11.67% in today's market.