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EPS EXAMPLE 2 SOLUTION Case 1 Assumption (a) using 8% Weighted Average Number of Common Shares: Date Share Changes Shares Outstanding 1/1 Beginning Balance 100,000 6/30 Stock Split 200,000 Kieso’s Method Dates O/S Shares O/ S Restatement Fraction Of Year Weighted Shares 1/1-6/30 100,000 2 6/12 100,000 6/30-12/31 200,000 1 6/12 100,000 Total 200,000 Freeman’Method Date Shares Activity Restatement Fraction Of Year Weighted Shares 1/1 100,000 2 12/12 200,000 Total 200,000 Basic Earnings per Share
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Adjusted EPS Operating Income 300,000 300,000 1.50 Loss from Discontinued Oper. 40,000 40,000 .20 Net Income 340,000 340,000 1.70 (1) EPS EXAMPLE 2 SOLUTION Incremental EPS Present Value @ 8% $120,000 x 3.99271 = $479,125 $1,200,000 x .68058 = 816,696 $1,295,821 Interest net of taxes: $1,295,821 x .08 x.6 = $62,200 Incremental EPS: 8% Conv. Bonds: Income Adj. - $62,199 = $62,199 = $1.30 /sh Share Adj. - 20shs./b x 2 x 1,200b = 48,000shs. Dilutive Earnings per Share
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course ACCT 352 taught by Professor Freeman during the Summer '11 term at Windsor.

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