Since Nike has bonds outstanding, then the YTM on those bonds (7.13%) is the market-required rate on the Nike’s debt. In order to solve for the total debt, I had to find out the market value of the debt. In doing so I multiplied the book value by the percent of face value that the debt was currently selling for (.9560) or the present value of the debt. I was able to use my calculation from the CAPM as my cost of equity (10.36%). In solving for the percentage of debt I simply subtracted my percentage of equity from 100.
3. RETURN ON CAPITAL EMPLOYED (ROCE) NET PROFIT/CAPITAL EMPLOYED X 100 = % (NB use net profit figure before tax has been taken out) (For capital employed see Financed By total on Balance Sheet) Leave the formula in. Now add in the figures from the Income Statement or Balance sheet and calculate the ratio. Then describe what this ratio shows and explain what it means. LIQUIDITY 4.
1) A company changes from percentage-of-completion to completed-contract, which is the method used for tax purposes. The entry to record this change should include a A company changes from percentage of completion to completed contract, which is the method used for tax purposes. The entry to record this change should include a B. debit to Retained Earnings in the amount of the difference on prior years, net of tax 2) Which of the following is accounted for as a change in accounting principle? d. A change in inventory valuation from average cost to FIFO. 3) A company changes from straight-line to an accelerated method of calculating depreciation, which will be similar to the method used for tax purposes.
The dividends qualifying for the dividends-received deduction are those dividends paid by domestic corporations subject to the corporate income tax. Only dividends paid out of a corporation's earnings and profits qualify for the dividends-received deduction. Dividends-received deduction is equal to the relevant percent (70% or 80%, depending on ownership) times the lesser of: (1) dividends received from taxable, unaffiliated domestic corporations or (2) the firm's taxable income, as adjusted Page 60 of bookshelf. 14- 51 What is the purpose of the reconciliation of taxable income with book income? The purpose of the reconciliation of taxable income with book income would be to determine temporary and permanent differences.
TARGET CORPORATION FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION The ability of a business to meet its short-term cash requirements is called liquidity. It is affected by the timing of a company’s cash inflows and outflows along with prospects for future performance. Efficiency refers to how productive a company is in using its assets, and it is usually measured relative to how much revenue is generated from a particular level of assets. They are both important and complementary. Two measures for evaluating a business's short-term liquidity are working capital and the current ratio.
In this approach, the economic value of the assets of a company is the result of a multiple of its earnings: operating profit multiple or multiple of EBITDA. The multiple can be considered a multiple or a multiple stock transaction. It comes from the observation of the value of similar businesses. To obtain the value of equity, we subtract the value of the bank debt and net financial and possibly other elements.
* Net profit percentage – This calculation takes the idea of profitability one stage further by actually considering the profit as a percentage of turnover after all the other expenses have been taken out. Looks something like this: Net profit x100 = net profit percentage Turnover * Return of capital employed – This calculation is worked out by considering the net profit as a percentage of the capital employed by that business. The reason this ratio is useful because it shows the amount of money an investor is receiving back on their capital as a percentage. This means they can
The methods used in this assignment are the payback period, NPV, IRR, and describing factors if Caladonia Products were doing a lease versus a buy will also be considered. 12a-12e. Caladonia is considering two additional mutually exclusive projects. The cash flows associated with these projects are as follows: Year Project A Project B 0 -$100,000 -$100,000 1 32,000 0 2 32,000 0 3 32,000 0 4 32,000 0 5 32,000 $200,000 The required rate of return of these projects is 11%. Payback Period Payback period is a capital budgeting criterion measure, which promptly provides the number of years the project will return is original investment (Keown, Martin, Petty, & Scott, 2005, p.292).
Then it will show the calculations that will show the gains that Mason Machining, Inc. will get from this transaction. Next, will be an explanation of how Mason will recognize the gains. Next, the tax liability that will be incurred by Mason Machining, Inc. from this transaction will be explained. The next process will be to calculate the amount of gain the shareholder’s from Mason Machining, Inc. will be able to realize and recognize from the transfer of stocks and assets between the two corporations. The next process will be to explain how much tax liability the shareholder’s will incur from the transfer of stocks between the corporations.
Prior period adjustments are added to (or deducted from) the beginning retained earnings balance. Which of the following would be reported as other comprehensive income? An unrealized holding gain on available-for-sale securities is reported as other comprehensive income. The correction of an error is reported, net of tax, as an adjustment to the opening balance of retained earnings. Losses on impairment and gains from sales are reported as part of net income.