Module 6 Assignment GRADED.xlsx - EPS calculations...

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$ 60,000.00 outstanding bond amount6.00% bond annual interest rate1.00 interest payments per year1,500.00 outstanding shares of preferred stock$ 5.00 preferred stock dividend per share4,000.00 outstanding shares of common stock40.00% tax ratea.$ 24,600.00 EBIT-Earnings Before Interest and TaxesEPS calculationsSouthland Industries has $60,000 of 6% (annual interest) bonds outstanding, 1,500 shares of preferred stock paying an annual dividend of $5 per share, and 4,000 shares of common stock outstanding. Assuming that the firm has a 40% tax rate, compute earnings per share (EPS) for the following levels of EBIT:$ 3,600.00 Interest Amount$ 21,000.00 Net Profits Before Taxes$ 8,400.00 Taxes$ 12,600.00 Net Profits After Taxes$ 7,500.00 Preferred Dividends$ 5,100.00 Earnings Available to Common Shareholders$ 1.28 Earnings Per Share Common Stockb.$ 30,600.00 EBIT$ 3,600.00 Interest Amount$ 27,000.00 Net Profits Before Taxes$ 10,800.00 Taxes$ 16,200.00 Net Profits After Taxes$ 7,500.00 Preferred Dividends$ 8,700.00 Earnings Available to Common Shareholders$ 2.18 Earnings Per Share Common Stockc.$ 35,000.00 EBIT$ 3,600.00 Interest Amount$ 31,400.00 Net Profits Before Taxes$ 12,560.00 Taxes$ 18,840.00 Net Profits After Taxes$ 7,500.00 Preferred Dividends$ 11,340.00 Earnings Available to Common Shareholders$ 2.84 Earnings Per Share Common Stock
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a./b. Compute the degree of operating, financial, and total leverage for firm R/firm W
c. Compare the relative risks of the two firms.
d. Discuss the principles of leverage that your answers illustrate.Integrative: Leverage and riskFirm R has sales of 100,000 units at $2.00 per unit, variable operating costs of $1.70 per unit, and fixed operating costs of $6,000. Interest is $10,000 per year. Firm W has sales of 100,000 units at $2.50 per unit, variable operating costs of $1.00 per unit, and fixed operating costs of $62,500. Interest is $17,500 per year. Assume that both firms are in the 40% tax bracket.

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