c. What volume is required to provide a pretax profit of $100,000? A pretax profit of $200,000? d. Sketch out a CVP analysis graph depicting the base case situation. e. Now assume that the practice contracts with one HMO, and the plan proposes a 20 percent discount from charges. Redo questions a, b, c, and d under these conditions.
Question 1. a) How many parts should you purchase each time you place an order? R=800- ORDERING COST Annual carrying cost of capital= 20% .20 lost per dollar R= 50000 H= .80 r= .20 cost per dollar C= unit cost H=rC Qo= √2RS/H= √(2(50,000)(800)/.8) = 10,000 10,000 parts should be purchased each time an order is placed. (b) To satisfy annual demand, how many times per year will you place orders for this part? R/Qo= 50,000/10,000= 5 times per year Question 2: (a) Determine BIM’s total annual cost of production and inventory control. Q= 4 weeks supply = 1600 units R= 400 units a week= 20000 units/ year C= purchase cost per unit= $1250 X (1-.20)= 1,000 H= holding cost= rC= $200 per unit / year S= setup cost= 2000 + 93.75 = $2,093.75 Setups per year= R/Q= 20000/1600= 12.5 Annual setup cost= (R/Q)(S)=12.5X $2,093.75= $26,172 Annual Holding cost= (q/2)(H)= (1600 /2)X $200= $160,000 Total Annual Cost= Annual Setup Cost+ Annual Holding Cost Total Annual Cost= 26,172+160,000 BIM’S Total Annual Cost= $186,172 (b) Compute the economic batch size and the resulting cost savings.
Joe makes $15 per hour and works 40 hours per week. 30-year mortgage interest rate of 6.25% and a monthly payment of $439.00 15-year mortgage interest rate of 5.25% and a monthly payment of $575.00 Down payment: 5% minimum Taxes last year were $375. Insurance is $250 per year. What you are looking for: 1. Can Joe afford the monthly payments with taxes and insurance for either a 30 or 15 year mortgage?
What volume is required to provide a pretax profit of $100,000? A pretax profit of $200,000? (100 X vol) – (25 X vol) – 500,000=100,000 (75 X vol) – 500,000 = 100,000 75 X vol – 600,000/75 = 8,000 Total volume = 8,000 d. Sketch out a CVP analysis graph depicting the base case situation e. Now assume that the practice contracts with one HMO, and the plan proposes a 20 percent discount from charges. Redo questions a, b, c, d, under these condition. 2.
Capital Budgeting Case QBR/501 Capital Budgeting Case Given two separate companies to compare I had to first crunch the numbers using the information on both companies that were proposed. The spending limit was $250,000 and I could not go over that amount. Corporation “A” had revenues equaling $100,000 in year one but increasing by 10% each year. It also had expenses of $20,000 and increasing by 15% each year. The depreciating expense is $5000 each year with a tax rate of 25% and discount rate of 10%.
The WACC for Marriott and the Key Divisions are as follows. The current WACC as calculated by Marriott is 9.29%. B.A.M. consultants calculated the target WACC for Marriott is 10.24%, for the Restaurants Division it is 7.52%, for the Contract Services Division it is 17.53% and for the Lodging Services Division it is 8.44%. We created the following examples to show how WACC could potentially influence Marriott’s financial decisions: Suppose Marriott is taking on a project that requires a $100,000 initial investment, which produces cash inflows of $20,000 per year for 10 years.
Cost, Volume, and Profit Formulas There are five components of CVP (cost-volume-profit) analysis; 1. volume or level of activity 2. unit selling prices 3. variable cost per unit 4. total fixed costs 5. sales mix Each component are import to the CVP, volume or level of activity can be explain as sales of a product or the number of units sold. Unit selling prices is the amount the product is sold. An example of this is a department store is selling two ties for $20 dollars, then the unit price of each tie is $10 dollars. The variable cost per unit is how much does it really take to make a product. Such as the tie is selling for ten dollars per unit but it only cost two dollars in materials to make.
c. Internal common equity where the current market price of the common stock is $43.50. The expected dividend this coming year should be $3.25, increasing thereafter at a 7% annual growth rate. The corporation’s tax rate is 34%. d. A preferred stock paying a 10% dividend on a $125 par value. If a new issue is offered, flotation costs will be 12% of the current price of $150.
Under the most simple form of depreciation, the company might allocate $100 of the cost of the generator to its expenses every year, until the $1000 capital expense has been "used up." Under accelerated depreciation, the company may be allowed to allocate $200 of the cost of the generator for five years. If the company has $200 in profits per year (before consideration of the cost of the generator or any effects of debt or other factors), and the tax rate is 20%: a) Normal depreciation: the company claims $100 in
The firm charges $100 for labor for the first 10 feet. After that, the cost of the labor for each succeeding 10 feet is $25 more than the preceding 10 feet. That means the next ten feet will cost $125, then $150 and so on. How much will it cost to build a 90-foot tower? (Bluman, 2011) Here is how I would work out the problem I can see that the price changes every ten feet that we build upward the price increases $25 dollars, which is added to the previous price.