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Question 13 1.5 out of 1.5 points The APV method is comprised of the all-equity NPV of a project plus the NPV of financing effects. The four financing side effects are: Selected Answers: cost of issuing new securities, cost of financial distress, tax subsidy of debt, and other subsidies to debt financing. Answers: tax subsidy of dividends, cost of issuing new securities, subsidy of financial distress, and cost of debt financing. cost of issuing new securities, cost of financial distress, tax subsidy of debt, and other subsidies to debt financing. cost of issuing new securities, cost of financial distress, tax subsidy of dividends, and cost of debt financing. subsidy of financial distress, tax subsidy of debt, cost of other debt financing, and cost of issuing new securities. Response Feedback: Chapter 18.1 Adjusted Present Value Approach Question 14 1.5 out of 1.5 points Joshua Industries is considering a new project with cash inflows of $478,000 for the indefinite future. Cash costs are 68 percent of the cash inflows. The initial cost of the
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