Financial Analysis * The tax rate is approximately 30% 5.618.8=29.79% 5.418.1=29.83% 5.418=30% * Based on the industry average, a sports store of similar size should be making around $21000 or 67% more profitable than Rhodes’ store. * Assuming the lots are of the same size and bear the same tax burden, if the unused lot is sold off property taxes would be reduced by $6000 at the 2008 rate. All else being equal, this would increase net profit by 6000×0.30=$1800, for a total of $14400. Profit as a percentage of sales would increase from 2.1% to 2.4%. * Of the $18400 Rhodes made in mortgage payments last year, $8000 was interest.
With everything that has been reviewed, I would recommend that CSI lease vs buying right now. The financial returns for the lease option are that it has a higher annual payment and a lower after tax cash flow, but does free up some instant cash and relieves CSI from owner responsibilities on the building. Leasing will also let CSI build up capital to do the end of term buy option without having to have an additional 200,000 of working capital on hand for the bank and will reduce the need for a loan and credit mark. The second option is to
§ How are the hospital’s revenues and expenses grouped for planning and control? • Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Discussion Questions 1 and 2 HCS 405 week 4 Individual Assignment, Simulation Review • Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Simulation Review Paper and SIMULATIONS: Analyzing Financial Indicators for Decision Making • Review the Simulation Review Paper document located in the materials section in Week Four on the student Web site. Review the grading criteria located in Week Four on your student website. • Review the Simulation Review Paper and the Analyzing Financial Indicators for Decision Making documents located on the student website.
According to Rosenau, Lai, and Lako (2012), the United States health care industry P4P is one of the most important developments after capitation and managed care. The target of P4P is to change the behavior patients, physicians, and those working in the health care industry through a system of rewards and punishments. The P4P bonus for physicians can become the form of an add-on to his or her salary to the general fee-for-service. A bonus for a hospital can be additional payments beyond the payments received through the diagnosis group based payment. A punishment through the P4P system can end in the reduction of compensation or other penalties.
Bonds are not better than GIC(s). Bonds offer lower interest rate, so low that it is better to just invest our money in a TD Savings Account. Mostly investors do not even consider Bonds as there more much better investment opportunities. GIC(s) offer more interest rates, more options and so there is more demand for GIC(s). 7) What is the most popular age group for buying GICs?
If the cash is higher than the net income, the company’s net income is of high quality. If the cash is lower than the net income, the company’s net income is not turning into cash and a red flag should go up. Having more cash than the net income can mean shareholders will receive an increase in dividends can reduce debt, buy back stocks, or purchase another company. According to, the cash flow statement Home Depot, Incorporated is similar to fiscal year 2007. In fiscal year 2008, Home Depot Incorporated generated $5.5 billion of cash flow from operations and used $2.0 billion to repay short-term debt and other obligations plus $1.8 billion for capital expenditures and $1.5 billion in dividends.
In 2011 the current ratio was 1.86. By 2012, it decreased to 1.77 rating in the lower second quartile group in the industry. That said, Company G’s ability to repay its debt is consistent with showing a weakness from year to year based on the industry’s quartiles of 3.1 with a strong ability to cover liabilities 2.1 at the median to 1.4 stating a weakness. As such, this is an area of concern. 2.
This moderate policy approach for investing uses more than about one-half of the short-term debt that is left but also uses more working capital when having to finance the policy. The moderate policy approach also only uses about half the debt and only about half the assets when it comes to funding the investment. It makes somewhat of a moderate risk of not having to risk to much or for that matter to little since not that much can be lost as opposed to an aggressive policy type approach. Moderate EBIT-$6,000,000 Minus Interest-1,460,000 EBT-$4,540,000 Minus Tax Rate of 40%-1,816,000 EAT-$2,724,000 Return on Equity-6.81.00% Conservative investment policy type uses a majority of working capital and also uses little if any short-term debt. Taking about $2,691,000 and dividing it by $40,000,000 dollars would result in a return of equity of some 6.73.00%.
Balance Sheet analysis shows the company has increased cash assets, significantly reduced debt, and added to stockholder value which makes Riordan financially strong and desired by investors. Income Statement analysis reveals that Riordan has successfully reduced certain costs, but profits are down from previous years. Riordan Manufacturing’s Accounting System requires a number of software modules which will integrate well and greatly reduce the labor intensiveness and nearly 3-week delay of month-end general ledger
Home Depot´s balance sheet shows that they reduce their existing liabilities and long-term liabilities. By eliminated up to $1.7 billion in short term debt, Home Depot efficaciously condensed the amounts of payable income just short of a billion dollars. By effectively doing that moving forward Home depot will have less liability hence creating less expenses which is less turmoil for the company to get through trying times. Additionally, Home Depot when at a substantial point when net earnings drop recorded a $63 million dollar upsurge in stock holder´s