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Calculating Fiances - 1.What is the paycheck period for a...

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1.What is the paycheck period for a 20,000 project that is expected to return 6,000 per year for the first two years and 3,000 per year for years three through five? Cumulative Cash Flow yr1. 6,000 yr2. 12,000 yr3. 15,000 yr4. 18,000 yr5. 21,000 Payback = 4 + (2,000 / 3,000) = 4.67 years 2.Rymer, Inc. is considering a new assembler, which costs 180,000 installed, and has a depreciable life of 5 years. The expected annual after tax cash flows for the assembler are 60,000 in each of the 5 years and nothing thereafter. Calculate the net present value(npv) of the assembler if the required rate of return is 14 percent. Round to the nearest ten dollars. 60,000 = PMT 5 = N 14 = I Compute for PV = 205,984.86 After subtracting the 180,000 cost, the NPV = 205,984.86 - 180,000 = 25,984.86 3. An old machine wa spurchsed for 20,000, at a book value of 5,000, and sold for 9,000. The firm's marginal tax rate is 25%. What is the amount of taxes due? Taxes are due on the price sold for minus the book value. 9,000 - 5,000 = 4,000 4,000 * .25 = 1,000 in taxes are due 4.A firm purchased an asset with a 5-year life for 90,000, and it cost 10,000 for shipping installation. Using the simplified straight-line method, what is the annual depreciation?
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