Answer: $235,000 6. Corporation P owns 85 percent of Corporation S1; Corporation S1 owns 60 percent of Corporation S2; Corporation S2 owns 90 percent of S3; Corporation S3 owns 60 percent of Corporation S4 and 15 percent of Corporation S2; Corporation S4 owns 100 percent of Corporation S5. Identify the consolidated group of corporations. Answer: P, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 7. Corporation P files a consolidated return with Corporation S. In preparing a consolidated return, their accountant finds the following: Separate taxable income (loss) P= $500,000 S= ($200,000) Capital gain (loss)
Assets=Liabilities + Stockholder’s Equity (b) The total assets of Haldeman Company are $170,000 and its stockholder’s equity is $90,000. What is the amount of its total liabilities: $80,000 (c) The total assets of Dain Co. are $800,000 and its liabilities are equal to one-fourth of its total assets. What is the amount of Dain Co.’s stockholder’s equity? $600,000 BE1-9 At the beginning of the year, Fuqua Company had total assets of $800,000 and total liabilities of $500.000. (a) If total assets increased of $150,000 during the year and total liabilities decreased $80,000, what is the amount of stockholder’s equity at the end of the year?
Assuming that growth in the CA segment stagnates, and that only heavy CA applicators would be interested in dispensing equipment the total market is still estimated at 19,240 users. About half of these users, i.e. ~10,000 firms have expressed an interest in investing in newer dispensing technology, leading us to believe that the market potential for the product is approximately 10,000 machines on a cautious basis. Assuming the growth projections for cyano-acrylate usage are accurate, the total number of firms purchasing the product in FY 1979 is estimated to be 270,000. Using these figures and assuming that both heavy and medium users (those buying between 1-9 pounds of cyano-acrylates per year) are potential customers; the maximum size of this market is estimated at 81,000 purchases.
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.
The risk of purchasing new software is four percent. Decision 3: The cost to maintain the software your company currently has would be $80,000. If your company built or purchased new software and it turned out to be unsuccessful, the impact would be $5,000,000 or if successful, the impact would be zero. The probability risk of building new software would be 30 percent. The probability risk of purchasing new software would be four percent.
Eisenhower communications is trying to estimate the first-year net operating cash flow (at year 1) for a proposed project. The financial staff has collected the following information on the project: Sales revenue $10 million Operating costs (excluding depreciation) $ 7 million Depreciation $ 2 million Interest expense $ 2 million The company has a 40 percent tax rate, and its WACC is 10 percent a. What is the project’s operating cash flow for the first year? b. If this project would cannibalize other projects by $1 million of cash flow before taxes per year.
They would make semiannual payments of $12.303 million and can sell the equipment at the end of its 25-year useful life at $40.185 million. If Acela’s revenue expectations are not met and Amtrak remains unprofitable, the present value of the cost of this option would be 260.26 million. Assuming profitable, the present value of the costs would become approximately $164.77 million due to the benefit of the tax shield. Also, Amtrak is considering an 80% debt to 20% equity leveraged-lease structure to finance the locomotives and train sets. They would make semiannual payments and has the option to buy the equipment from the equity investor, BNY Capital
To drive both market share and earnings Kodak proposed to introduce a new brand “Funtime” at Fuji and Konica’s price level, setting it 20% below the price of Kodak’s flagship Gold Plus brand. It is believed that other “price brands” on average are about 30% less than Kodak Gold Plus. With no advertising support, the Funtime would be sold twice a year at off-peak film use times and available in limited quantities, packaged only in “value packs”. Gold Plus would remain flagship brand with 60% of the dollar advertising support. Royal Gold would be the new name for the products in Superpremium segment with recommended retail prices at 20% above Gold Plus.
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.
C. accounting profits produced. D. increase in total sales produced. 3. Assume your firm has an unused machine that originally cost $75,000, has a book value of $20,000, and is currently worth $25,000. Ignoring taxes, the correct opportunity cost for this machine in capital budgeting decisions is: A.