b. The future value of $800 saved each year for 10 years at 8 percent. c. The amount that a person would have to deposit today (present value) at a 6 percent interest rate in order to have $1,000 five years from now. d. The amount that a person would have to deposit today in order to be able to take out $500 a year for 10 years from an account earning 8 percent. Solution: a.
Nick’s Enchiladas Incorporated has preferred stock outstanding that pays a dividend of $5 at the end of each year. The preferred sells for $50 a share. What is the stock’s required rate of return? A company currently pays a dividend of $2 per share (D0 = $2). It is estimated that the company’s dividend will grow at a rate of 20% per year for the next 2 years, then at a constant rate of 7% thereafter.
Calexico Hospital plans to invest $1.6 million in a new MRI machine. The MRI will be depreciated its 5-year economic life to a $200,000 salvage value. Additional revenues attributed to the new MRI will be in the amount of $1.5 million per year for 5 years. Additional operating expenses, excluding depreciation expense, will amount to $1 million per year for 5 years. Over the life of the machine, net working capital will increase by $30,000 over the life of the project.
Old press – Originally purchased 3 years ago at an installed cost of $400,000, it is being depreciated under MACRS using a 5-year recovery period. The old press has a remaining economic life of 5 years. It can be sold today to net $420,000 before taxes; if it is retained, it can be sold to net $150,000 before taxes at the end of 5 years. Press A – This highly automated press can be purchased for $830,000 and will require $40,000 in installation costs. It will be depreciated under MACRS using a 5-year recovery period.
Based on the assumptions contained in this plan, I estimate that the businesses will break-even in its first year of operations. Cash Flow Statement As the owner of Chagadama Christian Bookstore, I will invest $60,000. This money will be used to cover startup costs of $12,725 and initial operating costs. Fixed costs are limited to our office space and equipment lease at $1,800 per month, which includes a 1,000 square foot store on Main Street, a telephone system, and two photocopiers. As continued positive cash flows permit, the amounts I invested will be repaid.
$24,000 increase D. $11,000 decrease 45. Hylow Corporation sells its product for $12 per unit. Next year, fixed expenses are expected to be $400,000 and variable expenses are expected to be $8 per unit. How many units must the company sell to generate net operating income of $80,000? A.
She will only take four years to complete her degree. Currently, tuition and housing costs at top private schools total $35,000 per year, which are paid at the beginning of each school year. These expenses are expected to increase at the rate of inflation which will run at 4% annually for the next 25 years. In each year through her 18th birthday, Mary’s parents will make a deposit into the college fund so
1. Genaro needs to capture a return of 40 percent for his one-year investment in a property. He believes that he can sell the property at the end of the year for $150,000 and that the property will provide him with rental income of $25,000. What is the maximum amount that Genaro should be willing to pay for the property? 2.
Question: (TCO 8) Which waiting-line model has a dependent relationship between the length of the queue and the arrival rate? 9. Question: (TCOs 6 and 7) XYZ plating is going ahead on an expansion project. They will be able to earn $300 per hour and run 3,000 hours per year. What is the net present value for the next five years with an interest rate of 6%?
Clarkson Lumber Company Clarkson Lumber Company is in retail distribution of lumber products. It was founded by Mr. Clarkson and his brother-in-law, Henry Holtz in 1981. In 1994, Mr. Clarkson bought out Mr. Holtz’s interest for $200,000, payable in 4 semi-annual instalments from June 30, 1995 with interest @11% p.a. Firm has achieved good growth in sales and profits during recent years, but is facing shortage of cash. It expects sales of $5.5 million during CY 1996 and would need additional loan over and above existing loan of $399,000 as on March 31, 1995.