POW - Calculate depreciation expense and tax impacts Estimate the free cash flows from a potential investment project Given appropriate data

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POW #7:  * POW #7: Grayson * POW #7: Grayson * Porter’s Five Forces Model * Job Search Minute: Explicitly Plan for  Continued Learning Invest in yourself EARLY  and OFTEN ! * On-the-Job Training * Graduate School? * Professional Designations * Seminars * Self-Study Remember:  Almost everybody  changes careers a few times in their  lives.  Seek to gain “universal”  skills. * Mind Map
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This topic focuses on how to  estimate  cash flows given revenue  and operating expense data.  Note:  this is the  DIFFICULT PART!   * Mind Map Learning Objectives: * Develop an understanding of which  cash flows are important in the  capital budgeting process.
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Unformatted text preview: * Calculate depreciation expense and tax impacts . * Estimate the free cash flows from a potential investment project. * Given appropriate data, determine if an investment project will increase the overall value of the firm. * Mind Map Key Words/Concepts: * Incremental Costs (Sunk Costs, Opportunity Costs, etc) * Cannibalization * Straight-line and MACRS Depreciation * Taxes: 1) Income and 2) Asset Sale * Initial Outlay, Annual CFs, Terminal CFs * Working Capital Changes * Capital Rationing * Equivalent Annual Annuity...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course BUS M 301 taught by Professor Jimbrau during the Summer '11 term at BYU.

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POW - Calculate depreciation expense and tax impacts Estimate the free cash flows from a potential investment project Given appropriate data

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