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1. Fi-515-Week5 What is the net cost of the spectrometer-Year 0 net cash flow? Basic Price-\$70,000 Modification-\$15,000 Increase Working Capital-\$4,000 Total-\$89,000=(89,000)-Outflow 2. Net operating cash flows Years 1, 2, 3. Total amount of depreciation-\$85,000 Year 1= 33.33%*85,000=\$28,330.50 Year 2=44.45%*85,000=\$37,782.50 Year 3=14.81%*85,000=\$12,588.50 Total years 1, 2, 3=\$78,701.50 Book value=\$6,298.50 Tax...

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1. Fi-515-Week5 What is the net cost of the spectrometer-Year 0 net cash flow? Basic Price-\$70,000 Modification-\$15,000 Increase Working Capital-\$4,000 Total-\$89,000=(89,000)-Outflow 2. Net operating cash flows Years 1, 2, 3. Total amount of depreciation-\$85,000 Year 1= 33.33%*85,000=\$28,330.50 Year 2=44.45%*85,000=\$37,782.50 Year 3=14.81%*85,000=\$12,588.50 Total years 1, 2, 3=\$78,701.50 Book value=\$6,298.50 Tax rate=40% Savings=\$25,000 Year1=\$25,000-\$28,330.50=-\$3,330.50 Year2=\$25,000-\$37,782.50=-\$12,782.50 Year3=\$25,000-\$12,588.50=\$12,411.50 Year1 Tax Credit=40%*-\$3,330.50=\$1,300 Year2 Tax Credit=40%*-\$12,782.50=\$5,113 Year3 Tax Credit=40%*\$12,411.50=-\$4,964.60 Year1 Operating Flow=\$25,000+\$1,300=\$26,300 Cash Year2 Operating Cash Flow=\$25,000+\$5,113=\$30,113 Year3 Operating Cash Flow=\$25,000+(-\$4,964.60)=\$20,035 3. Additional non-operating cash flow Sale price after 3 years=\$30,000 Book value=\$6,298.50 Gain=\$30,000-\$6,298.50=\$23,701.50 Tax=40%*\$23,701.50=\$9,480.60 After tax Cash Flow=\$30,000-\$9480.60=\$20,519.40 Working Capital=\$4,000 Non-Operating Cash Flow=\$20,519.40+\$4,000=\$24,519.40 4. If cost of capital is 10%, should spectrometer be purchased? Discount rate = %10 Year 0= -89,000*1=-89,000 Year 1= 26,300*.909091=23,909 Year 2=30,113*.826446=24,887 Year 3= 44,514*.751315=33,474 Total=-6,730=Negative NPV-do not purchase spectrometer.
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