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The Cyborg business was carried on Hewitt’s balance sheet as an investment with a book value of $6,753,000 million (inferred from the proceeds less gain).
Hewitt’s gain on sale equaled the sale proceeds less the book value: $42,420,000 – 6,753,000 = $35,667,000 gain on sale.
Hewitt reports the gain on sale in its 2008 income from continuing operations.
Hewitt subtracts the $35,667,000 gain from net income in its statement of cash flows to compute net cash flows from operations since the transaction generated a noncash operating gain (the $42,420,000 cash inflow is reporting under investing activities). Equity Carve Outs: Equi...
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2012 for the course ACCT 800 taught by Professor Wragge during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.
- Spring '08