Evavaln - Page1 INPUTS FOR VALUATION Current Inputs Enter the current revenues of the firm = $12,406 Enter current capital invested in the firm =

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Page 1 Page 1 INPUTS FOR VALUATION Current Inputs Enter the current revenues of the firm = $12,406 Enter current capital invested in the firm = $20,000 { As a na•ve estimate, you can use BV of debt + BV of Equity) Enter the current depreciation = $233 Enter the current capital expenditures for the firm = $298 Enter the change in Working Capital in last year = $115 Enter the value of current debt outstanding = $- Enter the number of shares outstanding = 1,500.00 High Growth Period Your Inputs Enter the growth rate in revenues for the next 5 years = 25.00% What will all operating expenses be as a % of revenues in the fift 70.00% (Operating expenses include depreciation: This is equal to (1-Pre-tax Operating Margin)) How much debt do you plan to use in financing investments? 0% 25.00% Enter working capital as a percent of revenues 7.50% Enter the tax rate that you have on corporate income 36.00% What beta do you want to use to calculate cost of equity = 1.25 Enter the current long term bond rate = 6.50% Enter the market risk premium you want to use = 5.50% Enter your cost of borrowing money = 8.50% Stable Period Enter the growth rate in revenues = 6.00% Enter operating expenses as a % of revenues in stable period =
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course FIN 6000 taught by Professor Banko during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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Evavaln - Page1 INPUTS FOR VALUATION Current Inputs Enter the current revenues of the firm = $12,406 Enter current capital invested in the firm =

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