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$187,613$189,919$206,750$229,507$203,682 VU= [$43,700 ×(1 -.34)]/.152 = $189,750VL= $189,750 + (.34 ×$50,000) = $206,750ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective: 13-02 Analyze the impact of taxes and bankruptcy on capital structure choice.Difficulty: 2 IntermediateSection: 13.4 Corporate Taxes and Capital StructurePage 18 of 20Assignment Print View12/2/2016
19.Award: 10.00 pointsGreat Lakes Shipping is an all-equity firm with anticipated earnings before interest and taxes of $386,000 annually forever. The present cost of equity is 17.1 percent. Currently, the firm has no debt but is considering borrowing $1.48 million at 8.5 percent interest. The tax rate is 35 percent. What is the value of the levered firm?$1,985,251$2,006,519$1,888,47$1,666,667$2,018,181 VU = [$386,000 ×(1 -.35)]/.171 = $1,467,251.46VL= $1,467,251.46 + (.35 ×$1,480,000) = $1,985,251ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective: 13-02 Analyze the impact of taxes and bankruptcy on capital structure choice.Difficulty: 2 IntermediateSection: 13.4 Corporate Taxes and Capital StructurePage 19 of 20Assignment Print View12/2/2016
20.Award: 10.00 pointsJericho Snacks is an all-equity firm with estimated earnings before interest and taxes of $624,000 annually forever. Currently, the firm has no debt but is considering borrowing $725,000 at 6.75 percent interest. The tax rate is 35 percent and the current cost of equity is 15.2 percent. What is the value of the levered firm?$3,187,271$2,769,535$3,307,271$2,922,171$3,506,418 VU= [$624,000 ×(1 -.35)]/.152 = $2,668,421.05VL= $2,668,421.05 + (.35 ×$725,000) = $2,922,171ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective: 13-02 Analyze the impact of taxes and bankruptcy on capital structure choice.Difficulty: 2 IntermediateSection: 13.4 Corporate Taxes and Capital StructurePage 20 of 20Assignment Print View12/2/2016
1.Award: 1.00 pointWhich one of the following is a payment of either cash or shares of stock that is paid out of earnings to a firm's shareholders?InterestCapital surplusRetained earningsDividendStock repurchase ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective: 14-01 Discuss dividend types and how dividends are paid.Difficulty: 1 BasicSection: 14.1 Cash Dividends and Dividend PaymentPage 1 of 20Assignment Print View12/2/2016
2.Award: 1.00 pointThis morning, Structural Steel purchased 3,500 of its outstanding shares in the open market. What type of transaction was this?Stock payoutStock distributionStock dividendStock repurchaseStock reversal ReferencesMultiple ChoiceLearning Objective: 14-03 Differentiate between cash and stock dividends.Difficulty: 1 BasicSection: 14.3 Stock Repurchases: an Alternative to Cash DividendsPage 2 of 20Assignment Print View12/2/2016
3.Award: 1.00 pointWhich one of the following reduces the number of shares outstanding but does not decrease the value of owners' equity?

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