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Unformatted text preview: with respect to
the calculations in Table 16.2. The major cash outflows are the total loan
payment for each year given in column 1 and the annual maintenance
cost in column 2. The sum of these two outflows is reduced by the tax
savings from writing off the maintenance, depreciation, and interest
expenses associated with the new machine and its financing. The resulting cash outflows are the after-tax cash outflows associated with the purchase alternative.
Step 3 The present values of the cash outflows associated with the lease (from
Step 1) and purchase (from Step 2) alternatives are calculated in Table
16.3 using the firm’s 6% after-tax cost of debt.7 Applying the appropriate present value interest factors given in columns 2 and 5 to the aftertax cash outflows in columns 1 and 4 results in the present values of
lease and purchase cash outflows in columns 3 and 6, respectively. The
sum of the present values of the cash outflows for the leasing alternative
is given in column 3 of Table 16.3, and the sum of those for the...
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- Fall '13